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The region made steady progress in addressing its infrastructure deficit, but more needs to be done. By Mark Keller Infrastructure continues to be the main challenge facing Latin America’s economies in their drive for economic growth. Research from the Inter-American Development Bank, which partnered with Latin Trade Group to present the TradeAméricas Connect Americas Expo in Miami in September, shows that Latin American countries would need to invest, on average, 5% of GDP annually to catch up to international standards within a decade. Unfortunately, the regional average is only half that. Estimates should that Latin American countries could boost their annual […]
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