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Since many South American nations have dollar driven debts, the fact that the U.S dollar is expected to remain strong in the immediate future, many governments will struggle to pay their debt fees and experience a decline in budget revenues.

POLITICS: South American Geopolitical Forecast of 2017

By Vincent Lofaso – In South America, the geopolitical prospects differ between countries. Some nations will focus on deterring criminal syndications and settle peace deals with rebel forces while others…










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Argentina: January inflation rate announced at 3.7%

January inflation announed at 3.7%; Kirchner in conflict with supermarkets; Investigation suggests that Barracas fire was intentional       January inflation announed at 3.7% Economy minister Axel Kicillof announced on Thursday…




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Venezuelans to vote on 8 December

Venezuelans to vote on 8 December; Maduro pushes through and puts to use Enabling Act; Outage leaves Caracas in the dark before elections Venezuelans to vote on 8 December Municipal elections in…




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Economy: Mexico gains economic ground on Brazil

Mexico gaining economic ground on Brazil; Chile has most trade agreements of any nation; Peruvian minister assures that formal labor opportunities will continue expanding Mexico gaining economic ground on Brazil In the…





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Economy: Venezuela’s continued economic struggles

Venezuelan economic situation worsens; Santos highlights benefits of trade agreements; Fernández releases positive growth numbers for Argentina Venezuelan economic situation worsens In August, Venezuelan inflation reached 3 percent, the highest monthly…