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The study also includes country notes that review the performance of the main economic indicators in the period analysed. It also draws attention to some of the macroeconomic policy challenges, given that there is less space to implement such policies against a backdrop of continuing low economic growth, Last title. Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean The new global financial context: effects and transmission mechanisms in the region The edition of the Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean consists of three parts. Evolution of investment in Latin America and the Caribbean: stylized facts, determinants and policy challenges.
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It also draws attention to some of the macroeconomic policy challenges, given that there is less space to implement such policies against a backdrop of continuing low economic growth, a high degree of uncertainty and an increasingly complex international scenario. Part II of this edition analyses the changes in the international financial system following the global financial crisis of The changes observed are in response to, inter alia, the impact this crisis had on the structure and functioning of the global financial system, as well as quantitative easing policies implemented in developed countries to address the effects of the crisis on the financial and real sectors of their economies. It contains the notes relating to the economic performance of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in and the first half of , together with their respective statistical annexes. The cut-off date for updating the statistical information in this publication was 30 June The new global financial context: effects and transmission mechanisms in the region.
The countries of Latin America and the Caribbean will show a contraction in their growth rate of The United Nations regional agency released its economic survey of Latin America and the Caribbean , which emphasizes the urgency of mobilizing investment- both public and private to promote economic recovery in the region and meet the challenges imposed by the Agenda for Sustainable Development. These policies must be accompanied by efforts to change the conversation between the public sector and private companies. The survey indicates that externally the world economy will maintain low levels of growth, which will be accompanied by slow expansion of trade, which has not been able to recover the levels registered before the global financial crisis. This is in addition to the deterioration of the prices of export of basic needs products in the region and the most international financial uncertainty and volatility, which have increased following the decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union the so called Brexit. The latter has also generated greater risks for future world growth. At a regional level, a contraction of
Jack Rasmus. South America is expected to grow by 0. Internally, the low growth is due to a lack of impulse in investments and exports as well as a decline in public spending and private consumption. The largest economy in the region, Brazil, does not look any better. The fall in investments, especially in the mining sector, and the crisis in neighboring Argentina are complicating the economic plan of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro's administration.