Latin American economies threatened by pandemic resurgence – IMF

Alejandro Werner
Alejandro Werner
Photo: Daniel Hinge

Latin America and the Caribbean had been bouncing back from the initial Covid-19 shock but that recovery is now under threat, the International Monetary Fund warns.

Commenting on the IMF’s updated forecasts for the region, western hemisphere chief Alejandro Werner said the “already uneven recovery” is now at risk from the “resurgence” of the pandemic across the region and the reintroduction of stricter containment measures in some economies. The region is also suffering from spillovers from the

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