Latin America

It's time to tackle the informal economy problem in Latin America

Fifty-five percent of Latin Americans toil without contracts, social security or pensions. Fixing this must be our priority. Image: Reuters/Jose Cabezas

David Herranz
Regional Head, Adecco Group Latin America
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A man sells sweets car to car in Sâo Paulo, Brazil.
A man sells sweets car to car in Sâo Paulo, Brazil. Image: Reuters/Nacho Doce
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