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Latin America | 17 June 2020 Further Proof of Severe Contraction in Q2, but Signs of Revival from June
Incoming data continue to highlight the severe hit from the pandemic on the real economies of the region, but some surveys and leading indicators are already pointing to a gradual upturn from June onwards.

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17 June 2020 Further Proof of Severe Contraction in Q2, but Signs of Revival from June

By Abadia Andres

Incoming data continue to highlight the severe hit from the pandemic on the real economies of the region, but some surveys and leading indicators are already pointing to a gradual upturn from June onwards.

Posted: 17th Jun 2020 in 'Latin America'

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