Latin America

What a year of elections means for Latin America's economies

A citizen casts his ballot at a polling station in Chile Image: REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Mario Mesquita

Chief Economist, Itaú Unibanco


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Image: IMF for Mexico, Colombia, Peru; Brazilian Central Bank (2012) and Itaú (2017F) for Brazil

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