The Idiosyncrasies of LatAm Unrest

The Idiosyncrasies of LatAm Unrest

Latin American countries Bolivia, Chile and Argentina are all in varying degrees of turmoil. Bloomberg's Justin Carrigan reports on 'Bloomberg Surveillance.'
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