Latin America is a region of great enterprise and innovation, extraordinary natural wealth, cultural and historical riches, and trade and political significance. It has global weight, home to 650 million people and $5.5 trillion of GDP, and boasting large reserves of key resources.
Despite this, the region has long been overlooked by Western powers, as the US, UK and Europe have preferred doing business with China and the emerging markets of Asia.
As Canning House and our partners present across seven chapters in the LatAm Outlook 2023, matched with presentations at our launch conference on 13 December, Latin America has a compelling claim to be one of the big answers to the multiple questions facing humanity in the twenty-first century.
Together with Control Risks, Itaú, the Department for International Trade, Ipsos, the Stockholm Environment Institute and Michael Stott, Latin America Editor at the Financial Times, we create a comprehensive portrait of contemporary Latin America, through thorough examination of the region’s place in the world, as well as its politics, economics, commercial opportunities, risks, and social and environmental trends.