While most analysts are focused on the Latin America’s perceived political pivot to the left, what will determine the region’s growth next year has little to do with politics. Prudent Central Bank policies in Latin America and global commodity supply shocks will be far more influential – and Latin America stands to benefit from both factors.
We’ll explain why in this Forecast webinar, the 8th one delivered by Americas Market Intelligence (AMI), driven by 30+ years of analyzing the region via c. 4,000 market intelligence studies.
We’ll kick off the webinar with a look at what the data is telling us, namely:
From there, we’ll delve into the political outlook to break down what the election of a disruptive new roster of politicians tells us about electorate sentiments and whether these politicos will hurt the region’s economies.
Then we’ll explore five big trends that will shape Latin America over the next 3-7 years, namely:
We’ll explain the genesis of each trend, and both the opportunities and threats these trends pose to a wide range of Latin American industries including: consumer goods, financial services, logistics, energy, mining, manufacturing, e-commerce and much more.
The combined economic and trend forecasting will help you make both 2023 budget decisions as well as longer term strategic planning decisions.