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Mask mandates by nation: Most still await a breath of fresh air

Finger Lakes Times 14 May 2021
success in fighting COVID-19 and a key step to getting the world’s largest economy back to normal ... The following is a list of some countries’ current policies, led by the 15 largest based on gross domestic product in Bloomberg’s Global Economy Watch ... 15 LARGEST ECONOMIES. ... There is no national mandate in Latin America’s largest economy.
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What is at stake in Chile’s upcoming elections

Al Jazeera 14 May 2021
They wore masks and shared alcohol gel ... Not everyone is enthusiastic ... Per capita income more than doubled over the past 20 years and is now the highest in Latin America but progress has stalled. The economy has grown, but under the right-wing government of Sebastián Piñera, one percent of the population owns 25 percent of the country’s wealth ... .
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U.N. revises economic forecast to 5.4%

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 13 May 2021
cautioned that "this will unlikely be sufficient to lift the rest of the world's economies," and "the economic outlook for the countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean remains fragile and uncertain." ... "Vaccination is probably right now the number one issue to put the world economy on a steady path of recovery."
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Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Brazil March economic activity falls less than expected, indicates Q1 GDP growth

Reuters 13 May 2021
"Given the stronger-than-expected performance of the economy in March, strength ... By this measure, Latin America's largest economy had returned in March to the size it was in mid-2015, but still 5.7% smaller than it was at its peak in December 2013, on a seasonally adjusted basis.
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Migration and Development Brief 34 [EN/AR/RU/ZH]

Reliefweb 13 May 2021
Among regions, remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean grew by 6.5 percent in 2020, supported by a recovering economy and moderately improving labor market in the United States ... As a share of gross domestic product, the top five remittance recipients in 2020 were, by contrast, smaller economies.
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The US economy has not hit 'peak data.' There's still plenty of room for the ...

Business Insider 13 May 2021
NASA/Getty Images Recently there have been concerns that the US economy's reopening boom is cooling off. Not that the economy is declining, but rather that we've hit "peak data" - or that growth is flattening out some ... Following Europe, emerging market economies in Asia and Latin America should reopen.
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US rapprochement with China blocked by politics, ideology

Asiatimes 13 May 2021
China is the new “enemy” because it dared to adopt an ideology that proved successful in modernizing its economy, technology and military ... With a population of more than 1.4 billion and access to billions more in Africa, Asia and Latin America, the Chinese economy sustain growth without relying on the US and the EU.
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UN raises global economic forecast to 5.4% growth in 2021

Rapid City Journal 12 May 2021
cautioned that “this will unlikely be sufficient to lift the rest of the world’s economies,” and “the economic outlook for the countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean remains fragile and uncertain.” ... “Vaccination is probably right now the number one issue to put the world economy on a steady path of recovery."
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UN raises global economic forecast to 5.4 per cent growth in 2021

India TV 12 May 2021
... in a few large economies led by the U.S ... cautioned that “this will unlikely be sufficient to lift the rest of the world's economies,” and “the economic outlook for the countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean remains fragile and uncertain.”.
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U.N. raises global economic forecast for 2021

Finance & Commerce 12 May 2021
cautioned that “this will unlikely be sufficient to lift the rest of the world’s economies,” and “the economic outlook for the countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean remains fragile and uncertain.” ... economy, which is very strong, to grow about 6.2% this year, “the fastest growth of the U.S.
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UN raises global economic forecast to 5.4% growth in 2021UN cautioned that “this will unlikely ...

Deccan Herald 12 May 2021
But the UN cautioned that “this will unlikely be sufficient to lift the rest of the world's economies,” and “the economic outlook for the countries in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean remains fragile and uncertain.” ... Global Economy.
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The Telemedicine Market To Rejuvenate With Top Key-Players

The Sentinel Newspaper 12 May 2021
Telehealth companies are focusing on acquisitions to grow their business, especially in emerging economies such as Asia Pacific and Latin America ... to expand its market share in Latin America and Asia Pacific ... factors hampering the progress of telemedicine in developing economies.
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Migration and Development Brief 34

Reliefweb 12 May 2021
Among regions, remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean grew by 6.5 percent in 2020, supported by a recovering economy and moderately improving labor market in the United States ... As a share of gross domestic product, the top five remittance recipients in 2020 were, by contrast, smaller economies.
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