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Peru’s Growth Strong, but Difficult to Capture

Infrastructure bottle necks and the lack of a skilled workforce are hampering multinational growth prospects in Peru, where the currency is expected to appreciate and growth has slowed to a still-impressive 6.2%. In spite of these difficulties — and fears…

Multinationals Reevaluating Growth Targets in Latin America

Weaker regional growth in the first half of the year has driven multinationals to reevaluate their growth targets for 2012 as Argentina’s business landscape grows increasingly unnerving, Brazil’s economy slows, and devaluation risks in Venezuela swell as President Chavez drives…

Latin America – Emerging Markets Insights – June 2012

Multinationals are taking note of the strength of the Andean economies of Colombia and Peru, but the increasingly negative outlook in Argentina and Brazil is weighing down growth in the region.  Stagnating industrial output and diminishing consumer demand in Brazil…

May 2012 Latin America Outlook: Taking Global Volatility In Stride

Frontier Strategy Group’s clients are revising growth forecasts for Latin America’s major economies upwards as the outlook for the global economy begins to stabilize. Growth leaders are emerging in the Andean region, and we expect that Chile, Colombia, and Peru…

Latin America Starts 2012 with New Leaders and Laggards

2011 year-end growth figures and new forecasts for 2012 demonstrate continued, but slower, growth, and the emergence of new risks and opportunities in LATAM. Brazil’s growth will subdued, by recent standards, and Argentina is preparing for a potentially painful economic…

Getting Government Engagement Right in Latin America

Country and regional heads at Frontier Strategy Group client companies are increasingly turning their attention to their government engagement function, and for good reason. It is evident that government decisions often hold the key to significant risks and opportunities, from…