The onset of the global financial crisis and the ensuing exit of
capital from Latin America reminds us all of the competitive
weaknesses still plaguing the region in spite of its recent six
year economic boom (2003-2008). In a global economy now
characterized by risk intolerance and limited credit, can Latin
America compete for its share of resources? Many argue that
macroeconomic and trade reforms achieved in the 1990s merely put a
handsome coat of paint over education, labor, judicial, and
administrative reforms that remain incomplete. This book identifies
and analyzes ten factors that most influence the competitiveness of
Latin American nations and will shape their economic futures. In
their frank and direct assessment--pulling no punches--the authors
also present viable courses of action that Latin America can take
to increase its ability to compete in the global economy.
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