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17th Feb 2023 14:24Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Colombia’s strong-looking end-of-year GDP won’t last; domestic fundamentals are deteriorating rapidly...
  • ...But improving external conditions and easing domestic drags, will prevent a protracted slowdown.
  • Downside risks remain; policy uncertainty will continue to constrain capex and private consumption.

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