Economic Crisis

The Central Reserve Bank reported that remittances from January to June fell by 10.3 percent, or $200 million, in comparison to the first half of 2008.

Sovereign wealth funds might play an important role in diversification and long-term growth for Latin American economies.
How can the world economy pull out of this slump? Four experts respond.
Nine tips from a former Brazilian president.
As migrant laborers worldwide suffer a cash crunch, trouble looms for the families left behind.
The recession could prod Mexico into policies that protect its new middle class while tackling intergenerational poverty.
The new depression could strengthen populist demagoguery across the region—unless governments respond to social and economic needs with flexibility.


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