Tania Escobedo, Latam Macro Strategist at Scotiabank, discusses opportunities and idiosyncrasies that investors need to consider.
The Pacific Alliance – the Latin American trade bloc of Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia – has its sights set on growth. But each country has its own idiosyncrasies that investors need to consider. 2021 is particularly unique as the countries are coming out of a global crisis while facing elections, rewriting constitutions, and managing their fiscal and monetary strategies. On this episode of Market Points, Tania Escobedo, Latam Macro Strategist at Scotiabank, explores the investors approach to policy and politics in the Pacific Alliance.
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