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The United Nations also expects Latin America's economy to shrink by an estimated 5.3% in 2020 – the worst fall since 1930
A United Nations body expects Latin America's gross domestic product to see a record contraction of 5.3% in 2020
Latin America's 'lost decade' traditionally refers to the 1980s, when countries were forced to tightened their belts to meet debt payments. Could this happen again?
'We're faced with the largest fall in growth that the region has had,' says the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
In 2019 hyperinflation in Venezuela is expected to leave earth's orbit, hitting 10 million percent, a figure so large and improbable, readers of the IMF report had to count the zeroes to make sure they had the correct number