Pedro Aznar Alarcón, professor of ESADE business School and academician of the Royal Academy of Doctors (RAD), discussed in an article published yesterday in La Vanguardia disparate perspectives that present the economies of Latin American countries and the business opportunities in this 2016 now begins.

For the analyst, the corrections of the new government of Mauricio Macri in Argentina will allow a reduction in inflation and public spending that will clean up its economy. Also they are promising forecasts for the Mexican economy and, in general, for all countries in the region with strong trade relationship with the United States and the European Union. Different is the situation of Venezuela, hit hard by the fall in oil prices and the burden of the Bolivarian policies, while Brazil is undergoing a profound crisis that GDP will continue to contract and damages of Chile drags price decline copper, key to the economy.

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