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Uruguay: Inclusive growth and a bet on international trade

Uruguay: Exclusive Interview with Economy Minister Danilo Astori Danilo Astori became Uruguay’s minister of the economy in 2005, after the worst economic crisis in the country’s history. Ten years later, he returns to the post in a completely different context: Uruguay has left economic stagnation behind and has had sustained growth for the past 12 years. Exports were one of the engines of that development. Today, the falling demand for goods in its main markets – Brazil, Argentina and China – is a warning. “We have to diversify the markets and create new agreements within and outside of Mercosur,” he […]
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