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2014 Latin American and Caribbean Macroeconomic Report

Global Recovery and Monetary Normalization: Escaping a Chronicle Foretold?


Code:IDB-AR-109

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Published: March 2014

Language: English

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Abstract:

Monetary normalization may be a chronicle foretold, but countries still have the power to influence the outcome for their own economies. This report focuses on the risks Latin American and Caribbean countries face and how they can reduce vulnerabilities and enhance opportunities.

 

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