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Rodrigo Aguilera
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English, Spanish
LATIN AMERICA: Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Barbados.
Latin America
Country Analysis
Rodrigo holds a BA in Economics from the Universidad de las Américas – Puebla (Mexico) and an MSc in Social Policy and Development from the London School of Economics (UK). Prior to joining the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2010, he worked for International Economics at Chatham House where he co-wrote various papers on the global economy during the crisis. He has also done development work in his home country, and macroeconomic consultancy for Oxford Analytica. Media experience includes interviews with international and regional news sources as well as EIU webinars.
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