Latin America

What's the economic outlook for Latin America?

Inflation is surging in Latin America. Image: REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Gustavo Adler

Deputy Division Chief, IMF's Research Department

Ilan Goldfajn

Director of the International Monetary Fund, in charge of the Western Hemisphere Department

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The strength of the post-pandemic recoveries has varied across the Latin American region. Image: IMF

Borrowing costs and currency pressures are rising in Latin America. Image: IMF

Price pressures are likely to remain high in Latin America. Image: IMF

Columbia has the highest economic forecast among Latin American countries. Image: IMF
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