While the policies of the next government of the United States are not yet clear, a picture is beginning to emerge. President-elect Donald Trump will follow a more protectionist agenda, will introduce deep corporate tax cuts, and will spend heavily on infrastructure. This could boost US growth in the short term – a good thing for Latin America – but there is a lot more to worry about, with Mexico probably the main loser and other economies also facing serious threats. 

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