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Trump’s waiver of Title III is partial – for now. The uncertainty could hurt both U.S. and Cuban interests.
Mexico’s president has so far governed as if by fiat. If he doesn’t heed market warnings, he may be in for a rude awakening.
The country needs urgent reforms, but the new leadership in Congress suggests change may take time.
Without reforms, financial markets’ optimism may crumble – and bring the house down.
Brazil’s bold economic reform agenda comes with several potential hitches.
Mexico’s president will present his 2019 budget proposal Saturday with markets increasingly skeptical about his leadership.
The president is gearing up for an election year in a country mired in recession.
Recent reforms have helped improve Brazil's business environment. Further changes could do away with the "Brazil cost" once and for all.
The modus operandi of the incoming government breaks with decades of predictable policies.
López Obrador’s team pulled in the reins on Congress, after a proposal to limit bank fees hit markets and the peso.


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