Monthly Archives: September 2014

The reformer: profile of Mexico’s Minister of Finance Luis Videgaray

JPMorgan selects the venue for the annual meeting of its International Council carefully. The bank likes to think that its choice of host city embodies the financial zeitgeist – that the city and country represent the world’s current greatest potential … Continue reading

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Destination Peru: interview with Central Bank Gov Julio Velarde

The World Bank-IMF meetings will be held in Lima in 2015. The annual event will make its first return to Latin America after an absence of 48 years. The last time, in 1967, Rio de Janeiro was chosen to showcase … Continue reading

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Brazil’s energy options running dry

Independent hydrology experts have privately labelled the Brazilian government’s targeting of reservoir levels of 10% by November as “irresponsible”, according to Euromoney sources. Brazil is suffering a severe drought, especially in its south-east region, which produces 75% of the country’s … Continue reading

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