Latin America Leaders Forum 2010, Unlikely Oasis of Growth amid the Global Economic Crisis?

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Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 21, 2010
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Latin America Leaders Forum 2010

Unlikely Oasis of Growth amid the Global Economic Crisis?
Thursday, October 21st, 1:30PM-7:00PM, New York City

The era of nationalized companies, hyperinflation and even dictatorships is a fading memory for most of the large economies in Latin America; the region has undergone radical political, economic and social changes during the last two decades. Latin America is no longer the stereotype of populism and economic mismanagement, to which Alan Greenspan devoted an entire chapter in his memories. But it would also be a mistake to argue that the region has entered a smooth path toward development. Many challenges remain, including social tensions, imperfect political systems and structural constrains on economic growth
As developed economies in Europe and the United States struggle, and the future of Asia's runaway growth is uncertain, some are eyeing Latin America as a place to focus on moving forward. Attendees to Golden Networking's Latin America Leaders Forum 2010 will review the challenges of doing business in the region and measure the opportunities lying ahead in the financial, private equity and commodities markets.

Golden Networking is the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs, professionals and diplomats, to experience whats hot, new and next. Members are treated to exclusive industry-wide Leaders Forums, Business Receptions and Professional Nights, which have been featured in the business and financial press

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