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The International Monetary Fund believes that Latin America’s overall economic performance in 2015 will be better than 2014, but warns that “here is a lot of downside risk to current predictions. By Joseph A. Mann, Jr. The International Monetary Fund believes that Latin America’s overall economic performance in 2015 “will be better than 2014,” a top IMF economist said in Miami, but went on to warn that “there is a lot of downside risk” to current predictions. Latin America’s biggest challenge is that most regional nations have “good macro,” meaning macroeconomic policies, but “bad micro” policies in critical areas, includingweak […]
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