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Latin America in the Global Economy

Speakers: Claudio M. Loser, President, Centennial Group Latin America; Senior Fellow, Inter-American Dialogue; Former Director, Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund
Antoine W. van Agtmael, Senior Adviser, Garten Rothkopf; Former Chairman, AshmoreEMM; Author, The Emerging Markets Century
Presider: Theodore H. Moran, Marcus Wallenberg Professor of International Business and Finance, Georgetown University; Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
November 19, 2012

Claudio M. Loser and Antoine W. van Agtmael discuss perspectives on how Latin American countries have weathered the global financial crisis and assess what is at stake for the region's economies in the future.


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Latin America and the Global Economy

Speakers: Antoine W. van Agtmael and Claudio M. Loser
Presider: Theodore H. Moran

Claudio M. Loser and Antoine W. van Agtmael discuss perspectives on how Latin American countries have weathered the global financial crisis...

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Latin America in the Global Economy

Speakers: Claudio M. Loser and Antoine W. van Agtmael
Presider: Theodore H. Moran

Claudio Loser and Antoine van Agtmael discuss perspectives on how Latin American countries have weathered the global financial crisis and...

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