Colombia's political outlook changed when Iván Duque won the presidential race. Experts weigh in on what's next. ... Play Video
Alberto Bernal, Chief Emerging Markets and Global Strategist, XP Securities
Michael Cullen, Senior Partner, Control Risks
Joe Kogan, Head of Latin American Strategy, Scotiabank
Lisa Schineller, Managing Director, S&P Global Ratings (moderator)
Experts discussed what's next after Colombian voters elected Iván Duque president in the June 17 runoff with ex-Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro. They analyzed the importance of the high participation at the polls, how new congressional coalitions will work under Duque's presidency, the effects of the influx of Venezuelans, and where there might be room to adjust the implementation of the FARC peace process.
Colombia has a chance to build on considerable progress with Iván Duque at the helm, but that will require smart, strategic choices, write John Negroponte and Mack McLarty in the Miami Herald.
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