Colombia is Vulnerable to the Influence of Corrosive Capital

Colombian President Gustavo Petro introduced a new element of political risk into investment decision-making for institutional investors and other funds. The myriad of social reforms the government seeks to pass… have made Colombia too risky for some investors. However, while traditional investors are put off, other investors—including those with questionable practices in their home countries and with a greater appetite for risk—now see Colombia as a more attractive destination for their capital, as it can bring along high rewards.  

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Brazil’s rising oil production

Brazil produced an average of 2.94 million barrels of oil per day in 2020. The South American country is now the seventh-largest crude oil producer in the world, and the largest in Latin America, with current trends indicating further growth for Brazil’s oil industry.

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