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Latin America Business: 2021 Growth Predictions Jump

In a highly positive sign for Latin America business and investment, the UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has significantly raised its predictions for growth in the region during 2021, offering a strong indication of economic reactivation in the wake of the global pandemic. According to a newly released report from …

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4 Business Opportunities in Puerto Rico

Foreign investors are increasingly looking to Puerto Rico as an investment destination, thanks to a number of notable business opportunities and favorable conditions for market entry. A US territory since 1898, whose residents have been granted US citizenship at birth since 1917, Puerto Rico has seen an almost unbroken rise in gross domestic product (GDP) …

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5 LatAm Countries Expecting Strong Growth in 2021: ECLAC Report

A new special report from the UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has highlighted strong growth projections for a number of countries in the region. That includes double-digit growth in Guyana and Panama, with the ECLAC report also pointing to solid showings in Chile, the Dominican Republic, and Peru, among others. …

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Santiago, the capital of Chile, whose economy is set to recover fastest in Latin America

Chile Economy Set for Fastest Recovery in LatAm: OECD

The Chile economy is set to be the first major economy in Latin America to return to pre-pandemic strength, with gross domestic product (GDP) per capita predicted to recover by the end of 2021. That is according to the latest forecasts from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) — an intergovernmental economic organization …

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