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GDP: Brazil Passed Italy

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Argentina remains the richest country in Latin America in GDP per capita terms.

BY LBC STAFF

 

Brazil replaced Italy as the world’s seventh-largest economy last year, according to a Latin Business Chronicle analysis of new data from the International Monetary Fund.

An earlier analysis
had predicted Brazil would so only in 2011.

 

Brazil also became the seventh-richest economy in Latin America, based on purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita in current international dollars.

 

Meanwhile, Argentina remains the richest country in the region, according to a Latin Business Chronicle analysis of 2010 data from the IMF.

 

GDP RANK

 

Brazil’s GDP in current prices reached ...

 



THE NUMBERS

Latin Americas GDP Ranking 2010
Latin Americas GDP Per Capita Ranking 2010

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