LATAM | Cities outpaced by competitors

2020 has been a particularly damaging year for Latin America’s cities, reflecting the coronavirus pandemic. The pace of recovery is varying, reflecting the different policies adopted by respective governments and the structures of their economies. But in general, the growth of Latin American cities has historically lagged that of cities elsewhere in the emerging world. We expect this to continue.

In this report, we will present you with cities outlook insights which will allow you to learn:

  • How Mexico City and Sao Paulo, Latin America’s largest cities, are both likely to perform and why
  • Which will be the two best performing of the continent’s major cities over the period to 2035
  • How Latam cities will compare with those in China and India

Topics: Cities, Economic forecasting, Coronavirus, Real Estate, Latin America, Recovery, Government

Latin American cities outpaced by competitors