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6th Jan 2023 16:10Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • LatAm economic activity is slowing, helping to bring inflation back under control.
  • Tight financial conditions are putting key sectors under pressure, and the near-term outlook is poor.
  • Interest rates cuts will help to revive activity in H2, but increased political and fiscal uncertainty is a threat.

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