... vulnerable governments and economies ... LatinAmerica's biggest economy stands out among emerging markets for having the fastest increase in food prices in the past year relative to overall inflation because of a sustained decline in the currency, according to Oxford Economics Ltd.
... more vulnerable governments and economies ... LatinAmerica's biggest economy stands out among emerging markets for having the fastest increase in food prices in the past year relative to overall inflation because of a sustained decline in the currency, according to Oxford Economics.
Battered by disruptions triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, GDP in LatinAmerica’s second-biggest economy plummeted by 8.5% across the whole of 2020 in seasonally-adjusted terms, INEGI said, confirming its preliminary estimate ... Meanwhile, the economy grew 0.1% in December ...
It contracted 27.7%, four times more than Colombia’s economy as a whole ...LatinAmerica’s fourth-largest economy is set to grow 5% this year, per government forecasts, versus a contraction of 6.8% in 2020.
is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization ... Since 2013, Venezuela is enduring a socio-economic crisis triggered by the fall of oil prices, contested economic measures, and ambitious social policies that fueled insecurity and a decline in the previously richest economy in LatinAmerica ... ... ... ... ... .
The move threatens to undermine investor confidence in LatinAmerica’s largest economy at a time its recovery falters amid a second wave of Covid-19 ... That has pushed him to find ways to please his political base to the detriment of the austerity agenda of economy minister PauloGuedes ... The economy ministry declined to comment.
Brasilia — PauloGuedes joined the administration of Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro in 2019 as a super minister with the mission to fix and run LatinAmerica’s largest economy through an ambitious programme of privatisations, spending and tax cuts, and deregulation ... The economy ministry declined to comment on the story.
Brazil, LatinAmerica's biggest economy, is a top 10 oil producer, with output of 3.67 million barrels per day in 2019 ... As a candidate, Bolsonaro wooed the business vote with his choice of ultra-liberal Economy MinisterPauloGuedes and the promise of investor-friendly reforms.