Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), campaigned on increasing security and waging war on corruption—improving healthcare appeared to be almost an afterthought. And this is still true.
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Barring some catastrophic event, political maverick Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) is more than likely to be the next Mexican president. Without a 2nd electoral round, the norm in Latin America’s other large economies, and with three strong candidates, AMLO can win with 35% of the vote.
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In recent years, the relations between China and Latin America are going through a historical period of rapid and constant development. At present, China plays an important role for the Latin America countries regarding investment, economic cooperation, trade agreements and cultural exchanges.
To be “Amazoned” is to suffer the profit-killing and market cap destruction of Amazon.com competition in your industry or national market. In October 2017, when a BTG analyst announced that Amazon already enjoyed high market share in the Brazilian online book market and was now expanding its Brazilian presence.
When it comes to overall health trends in Latin America, there’s a lot of information out there, and most of it is not exactly positive. For example, many countries, particularly Mexico, Chile and the Bahamas, have obesity rates well above 50 percent.