" BOGOTA, Colombia (MarketWatch) — Not too long ago, most investors looking to put money into Latin America had a relatively simple choice: Brazil or Mexico, or maybe Chile.But not anymore.A new group of countries in the region is emerging as a viable alternative. Characterized by youthful populations, growing middle classes, relatively low debt and dynamic economic expansion, these countries are poised to grab a bigger share of the region’s growth and attract more money from international investors.Standing out in this group of Latin America’s “New Tigers,” Colombia and Peru are growing at a fast clip and are expected to continue doing so."cont'dhttp://www.marketwatch.com/story/latin-americas-new-tigers-f...
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