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AQ Podcast: A Turning Point for Latin America’s Economies 

The head of economics for the region at Citigroup on why analysts are boosting forecasts for Mexico and Brazil
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This is a critical moment for Latin America’s economies, with analysts seeing better than expected GDP growth this year in the largest nations. The outlook, however, is uneven. Political conditions in Argentina, Peru, and Chile raise questions about where economies are headed. In today’s episode, an overview of what to expect in upcoming months — where the risks lie, where there might be reasons for optimism ahead and how external factors, like China’s growing economic problems, could affect the region. Our guest is Ernesto Revilla, head of Latin America economics at Citigroup.

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Ernesto Revilla is managing director and head of Latin American economics at Citigroup

Brian Winter is AQ’s editor-in-chief

Supplemental reading: 

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Mexico Is Killing Its Golden Goose by Luis Rubio

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