2022 could be Latin America’s year as it fills the economic void left by Russia. Here's how to play it

Jair Bolsonaro's pro-markets stance helped him win the support of Brazil's business elite — and eventually the presidency. So why do some experts say his policies have held back the country's economic potential?
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Latin American stocks have been on fire to start 2022, and they could gain even more steam as the year goes on.

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