Chile marches forward - into the unknown?

by Canning House Associate Fellow Andrew Thompson

Every week, Andrew Thompson draws on his great wealth of knowledge and experience of Latin America to bring our audience in-depth insights on economics, political risk, and business in the region.

This week, he considers what comes next for Chile following a resounding vote in favour of constitutional reform on 25 October, as the country likely faces a complex and unpredictable process in the coming years.

These stories are also available on Andrew’s blog site:

La Rambla Research

What happened?

Last Sunday 25 October Chileans voted overwhelmingly, with 78% support, for a new constituent assembly. It was a historic moment – but the stock market seemed unimpressed, with share prices dipping 2.7% on the following Monday.

Download the full article to find out the details...

Missed the previous edition?

Odebrecht's slow burn in Panama

Read it here

More recent briefings & intelligence

Becoming a member at Canning House

By joining Canning House, you will become part of the UK's leading forum for informed comment, contacts and debate on Latin American politics, economics and business.

Just £50 per year.

Join now

Learn more

Sign up to our newsletter

All of Canning House's activities, including our upcoming events, insightful publications, latest news, and featured events from the UK-Latin America community.

In your inbox, every week, for free.