Who's competing for power in 2022?
As electoral years go 2022 is set to be unusually quiet in Latin America. Those elections that are scheduled to take place, however, are likely to be loud and noisy affairs.
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Eclac) published its updated estimates and forecasts for the regional economies in 2017 and 2018 on 14 December. In the same month it also published an analysis of the ‘social panorama’ in 2017 which highlighted that overall poverty levels remained broadly unchanged last year, after having notched up a fraction in 2016.
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