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In a sort of tone deafness to domestic conditions, these industries seem to be decreasing their revenues more than the region’s demand conditions would indicate. Results of the Latin Trade’s 2Q14 Multilatina Index. By Santiago Gutierrez For those who follow data from Latin American non-financial companies, the common wisdom has been that domestic markets have been the real support for corporate growth in the region in the past few months. The general trend in the latest Multilatina Index, published by Latin Trade, is consistent with the idea that, on average, larger sales in the domestic market coincide with larger revenue […]
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