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Investors are encouraged by a safer investment environment and looser approach to foreign participation.
Argentina is taking steps to catch up to South America's renewable energy leader.
Brazil's rubber "soldiers" paved the way for the region's transformation.
With presidential elections around the corner, investor enthusiasm is no guarantee for Mexico’s new energy future.
As other industries falter, agribusiness could be the key to Brazil's recovery.
One word explains the remarkable turnaround in Chile's energy outlook: competition.
Latin American governments are warming to foreign investment in oil and gas, but the shift may not last.
Latin America stands to benefit from importing U.S. natural gas.
Even in a distressed oil market, Uruguay is attracting major investments, with Tullow Oil telling AQ it plans to make a 'major seismic acquisition in 2017.'
Human rights issues shade Obama's visits to Cuba and Argentina. Plus: Colombia faces peace deadline; Venezuela goes on a long holiday; and more.


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