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2019-01-28 10:00:00

LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%

LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%

IMFEconomic activity in Latin America continues to rise, but at a slower rate than previously anticipated.

The weakening global economy and rising policy uncertainty are contributing to slowing Latin America's growth momentum. Overall, the region is expected to advance by 2 percent in 2019 and 2.5 percent in 2020—still well below peer countries in other regions.

A tightening of global financial conditions and lower commodity prices brought on by U.S.-China…

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LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%
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LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%
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CONOCO SELLS BRITAIN $2.67 BLN

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LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%
2019, April, 22, 08:10:00

BRITAIN'S RENEWABLE 33%

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LATIN AMERICA WILL UP 2-2.5%
2019, April, 22, 08:05:00

TURKEY, GERMANY RENEWABLE

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