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Economic Clouds Bring Out the Sun for Supply Chain Finance in Latin America

by Ana Kube, Managing Director, Regional Trade and Product Management Executive, Global Treasury Solutions - Latin America and the Caribbean, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Supply chain finance (SCF) in Latin America could be about to experience a new dawn. While SCF has been widely adopted in Mexico, largely because of the close integration of its economy with the US, and, to a lesser extent, in Brazil, it has struggled to gain momentum in other major countries in the region, such as Chile, Colombia and Peru [1]. Now, changing economic conditions across Latin America could be poised to give SCF a boost.