Brazil is beset by problems and Argentina’s economy is shrinking, but elsewhere, growth and opportunities abound
In 2010, Brazil was a nation on the rise. The largest economy in South America was set to become one of the world’s richest nations as others struggled with recession. Now, with president Dilma Rousseff facing impeachment for manipulating public accounts and an economy set to shrink by 8% by 2017, the possibility of joining the world’s elite seems far away.
But for keen-eyed, adventurous investors, the current economic struggles