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Latin America’s startups have spent the past three years navigating the tricky macroeconomic environment wrought by the pandemic. Now, they’re fending with high interest rates, a tightening pool of venture capital, and—oh yeah!—the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. AS/COA CEO and President Susan Segal explains why the collapse won’t rattle Latin America’s markets and how the region’s startups can thrive amid uncertainty, and she offers her short-term macroeconomic concerns.
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- The music in this podcast is "Las dos milongas" performed by Estefanía Melonio (https://youtu.be/KMu5nVWZlFY) and “Descarga Gandinga, Mondongo y Sandunga” performed by Uzzo Ismael (https://youtu.be/28MeIwqw4y4). Learn more and find out about upcoming concerts at: musicoftheamericas.org