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Why data is Latin America's best weapon against COVID-19 corruption

Data analytics can slow sales of counterfeit medical equipment, which have increased during the pandemic. Image: Reuters

Carlos Santiso

Director for Digital Innovation in Government, Development Bank of Latin America

Camilo Cetina

Public Integrity Lead, Digital Innovation in Government Directorate, Development Bank of Latin America

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