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Latin America | 23 June 2020 Last Week's "Black Friday" in Colombia will Boost Covid Cases
Recent data in Colombia have confirmed that virus containment measures caused much bigger declines in activity in early Q2 than initially expected.

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23 June 2020 Last Week's "Black Friday" in Colombia will Boost Covid Cases

By Abadia Andres

Recent data in Colombia have confirmed that virus containment measures caused much bigger declines in activity in early Q2 than initially expected.

Posted: 23rd Jun 2020 in 'Latin America'

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