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The Association of American Chambers of Commerce of Latin America and the Caribbean (AACCLA) has long identified a lack of security and adherence to rule of law as the biggest impediment to doing business in the region. Here Mexican soldiers marching on the Zocalo square in Mexico City. (Photo: Mexican Defense Ministry)
Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Latin America 2024: The Chambers Outlook

The outlook and challenges for US investors in Latin America.


What is the business and foreign investor outlook in Latin America overall this year? What is the outlook for markets like Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Peru? And what will be the key challenges facing foreign investors in the region? 

Latinvex asked Neil Herrington, the senior vice president for the Americas Department at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce who also serves as president of the U.S.-Cuba Business Council, the U.S.-Colombia Business Council and the U.S.-Argentina Business Council.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce — the world’s largest business organization — also hosts the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean, which include 23 AmChams in the region, representing more than 20,000 companies and over 80% of U.S. investment in the region. 

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Keywords:  Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, Rule of Law, Security, Uruguay



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