UCLA Anderson's Latin America Conference examines business opportunities, challenges
By Neha Patil April 28, 2010 Category: Campus News
"Opportunities and Challenges for Latin America: The Insider's View," hosted by the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the UCLA Latin American Business Association, invites key industry leaders to examine the current business climate in Latin America. The conference will feature a panel discussion including distinguished speakers from various economic sectors in the region and some of UCLA's top Latin American faculty experts.
Panelists will include:
Hugo Hopenhayn: professor, UCLA Department of Economics (moderator)
Robert Spich: professor UCLA Anderson School of Management
Francisco Gil Diaz: president, Telefonica Mexico
Sebastian Claro: board member, Central Bank of Chile
Guillermo Tagle: UCLA alum and executive director, IM Trust
Ricardo Lopez Murphy: president, Republican Proposal
8 a.m.–noon, Monday, May 10
UCLA Anderson's Gold Hall, Room B209 (map)
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Neha Patil, 310-206-7537, firstname.lastname@example.org
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