From Christopher Woody writing at Business Insider:
These economic struggles, when coupled with political instability, indicate that the region will likely limp to the finish line of 2015 as its powerhouse economies face an uncertain future.
Brazil’s fraught politics and deteriorating outlook
According to Andre Ferreira, an analyst with Futura, growth is unlikely to return before 2018.
Mexico’s ailing economy and withering crime problem
Latin America’s second-largest economy faces its own broad set of challenges.
Mexico opened 2015 with a GDP growth forecast that reached as high as 4.2%.
Since then, growth estimates have shed percentage points, with the most recent number predicting just 1.75% to 2.5% growth.
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