Brazil and Mexico, the largest economies in Latin America, are two very different peas in the same pod.
The Brazilian economy is heavily reliant on domestic consumption while Mexico is a regional manufacturing powerhouse.
This makes them a good fit from an investment perspective, says Luiz Carvalho, a managing partner at Tree Capital, a long/short equity hedge fund specialising in Latin American markets.
"These countries are at different points in their economic cycles, so they complement each
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