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After being postponed for months due to the pandemic, Chile finally voted on whether (and how) to reform its dictatorship-era constitution this weekend, and the victory for those in favor was as big as expected.

Landslide victory for constitutional reformers in Chile

78.2 percent of voters …

Evo Morales’ MAS erased all suspicions of illegitimacy this Sunday in Bolivia when Luis Arce, the candidate backed by the exiled former Bolivian president who was ousted in a coup last year after a tightly-contested election, won by a …

Despite the little effect that the government’s constant economic tinkering is having on the run against the peso, President Alberto Fernández tried to convey a message against a massive devaluation this week, as the country’s highly-restricted official exchange rate continues …

Taking on US dollar denominated debt in Argentina can always lead to big risks, especially when the peso is strong and the market looks happy to lend. But both the Argentine state and Argentine companies have continued to do …

With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Argentina as hard as the rest of the continent despite what looked like a promising start, and with the economy continuing to show signs of deterioration, Alberto Fernández’s initially high approval ratings are taking …

COVID-19 statistics continue to deteriorate for Argentina. After boasting of initial success in the first months of the pandemic, days with government briefings showing more than 400 newly reported deaths have now become the norm. And although many of these …

The crisis in Argentina’s Central Bank become impossible to hide again this week, as foreign currency has continued to leak out of its reserves, given the subsidized value at which the remaining hard money it holds is being offered to …