Latin American Elections: Policy Direction at a Crossroads

Date: 24 Apr 2017
Location: Online

With most major Latin American countries set to hold presidential and/or legislative elections in the next 18 months, the region’s business-friendly policy orientation hangs in the balance.

Slow growth, high unemployment, budget cuts and growing concerns about corruption may lead voters to question the political status quo. We see potential for populist and anti-establishment candidates to strike a chord with voters, with potentially significant effects on policy direction and growth in the region.

Join us for a free webinar where we will discuss:

  • Outlook for presidential elections in Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil
  • Domestic and external factors likely to shape the electoral debate and election outcomes
  • Identification of key political players and their electoral prospects
  • Potential implications for regional economic growth

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