Loans in balance as world weighs corruption in Guatemala
Friday, November 24, 2017
Guatemala's economy depends on international loans and investment, and those loans are typically tied to progress against corruption.
A U.N.-backed commission, the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala, known by its Spanish acronym CICIG, is working to stem entrenched corruption in Guatemala. But its work is under threat from the current administration, which has implications for a country that is home to Central America's largest economy.
Source: Market Place