RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico, Brazil and Argentina are the most influential Latin American countries, according to the latest 'Global Soft Power Index 2021' report by consultancy Brand Finance, in which Germany has seized the top spot from the United States, which drops to 6th position, and has become the most influential nation in the world.
This year, the ranking includes 12 new Latin American countries, bringing the total number of nations in the region to 19 in the report.
The new additions are Uruguay (56), Cuba (58), Panama (60), Paraguay (64), Costa Rica (68), Dominican Republic (73), Jamaica (77 . . .