IHS is presenting the IHS Country Risk Latin America Political Risk Briefing in London, United Kingdom on June 24, 2016.
Specific topics will include:
Argentina: President Mauricio Macri’s chances of fixing the economy and restoring business confidence in the context of an opposition-controlled congress and potential disruptive industrial action by militant labor unions
Brazil: The outlook for the new Temer interim government, its pro-business agenda, chances of implementation and the outlook for the Rio Summer Olympics
Colombia: The outlook for peace in Colombia, increased environmental activism leading to higher regulatory burden and contract risks
Mexico: President Enrique Peña Nieto’s challenges over the next two years, risks to companies operating in Mexico, and the security and organized crime outlook
Venezuela: The fate of President Maduro’s government and the impact of the dire macroeconomic environment on the country’s business environment