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In dire need of doers

The fairly good economic moment predicted for the coming years will not be enough to produce a deep and lasting social advance in Latin America. One example clearly illustrates this. México’s GDP per capita is currently 20 percent of the U.S.’s. Using data from the IMF, it becomes clear that the expected 3.8 percent annual economic growth rate over the next five years will not even make a slight dent on this gap. In 2019, Mexican GDP per capita will still be 20 percent that of its neighbor.  With the exception of Panamá, in five years, the gap will remain […]
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