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Covington’s Arturo Valenzuela at 2013 World Economic Forum on Latin America

April 25, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, April 25, 2013Arturo Valenzuela, Covington & Burling’s senior advisor for Latin America and former assistant secretary of state for western hemisphere affairs, was a featured speaker at the 2013 World Economic Forum held in Lima from April 23 to 25.

Mr. Valenzuela focused on the recent economic, geopolitical and leadership transitions that are expected to shape Latin America's future. The panel of speakers included Ricardo Hausmann, director of Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for International Development, and Hernando de Soto, president of Instituto Libertad y Democracia in Peru. The session was moderated by Rossana Fuentes-Berain, vice-president of expansion in Mexico.

“It's an honor for me to be one of the speakers at the World Economic Forum on Latin America. The presence of three Latin American presidents, host Ollanta Humala, Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, and Panamanian president Ricardo Martinelli, underscores the importance of this gathering of top business leaders in one of the most dynamic and promising regions of the world,” Mr. Valenzuela said.

Incorporated in 1971, the World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

The firm’s Latin American and International Initiatives assist clients with their critical legal, strategic and policy matters in Latin America, and on working with companies in Latin America that have aspirations for expanding their businesses in the U.S., Europe, China, India, or other areas of the world.

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