Trade and Investment Opportunities in Latin America
Richard Lapper, Associate Fellow, Global Economy and Finance, Chatham House
Chair: Rodrigo Aguilera, Latin America Analyst
Latin America’s largest economies – Brazil, Mexico and Argentina – are slowly emerging from years of economic downturn and recession. Raw materials such as oil, gas and minerals are an obvious source of investment interest and there is also continued expansion in consumer sectors such as food, drink, cosmetics and fashion goods as well as major planned infrastructure investment.
Having recently returned from trips to Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador, Richard Lapper, a former Latin America editor at the Financial Times, will argue that, as British business sets its sights beyond the European Union, Latin American markets deserve greater attention.
To enable as open a debate as possible, this event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.
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