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COVID-19 could shrink Latin America's GDP by almost 10% in 2020

The social and economic cost of COVID-19 for Latin America has been significant. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Landau

Alejandro Werner

Director of the Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund

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