National growth rates in Latin America fall into a geographical divide

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In Latin America, national growth rates appear to be falling into a geographical divide.
On the eastern side of the continent, economies of Brazil and Argentina are slowing down.
But to the West, Pacific-facing nations of Chile, Peru and Colombia continue to grow.

National growth rates in Latin America fall into a geographical divide

National growth rates in Latin America fall into a geographical divide

In Latin America, national growth rates appear to be falling into a geographical divide. On the eastern side of the continent, economies of Brazil and Argentina are slowing down. But to the West, Pacific-facing nations of Chile, Peru and Colombia continue to grow.
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For more on the divide between Atlantic and Pacific nations in Latin America, Juan Carlos Hidalgo, policy analyst at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity at the Cato Insitute, shares his insight.

Juan Carlos Hidalgo on divide between Atlantic and Pacific nations in Latin America

Juan Carlos Hidalgo on divide between Atlantic and Pacific nations in Latin America

For more on the divide between Atlantic and Pacific nations in Latin America, Juan Carlos Hidalgo, policy analyst at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity at the Cato Insitute, shares his insight.
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