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Latin America | 18 May 2020 GDP in Brazil and Colombia to Fall Even Further in Q2, Q3 will be Better
Data released on Friday confirmed an appalling end to the first quarter for the Brazilian and Colombian economies. In Brazil, the March IBC-Br, a monthly proxy for GDP, plunged 5.9% month-to-month, close to expectations.

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18 May 2020 GDP in Brazil and Colombia to Fall Even Further in Q2, Q3 will be Better

By Abadia Andres

Data released on Friday confirmed an appalling end to the first quarter for the Brazilian and Colombian economies. In Brazil, the March IBC-Br, a monthly proxy for GDP, plunged 5.9% month-to-month, close to expectations.

Posted: 18th May 2020 in 'Latin America'

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