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ECLAC predicts low growth rates for Latin America and the Caribbean

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Tuesday predicted that the region's economies will maintain low levels of growth this year and next year, affected by a negative global and very complex regional economic outlook. In its annual report, ECLAC said that regional countries will continue to face an economic scenario of low growth. It is expected that regional gross domestic product (GDP) will grow 1.5 per cent in 2024, slightly below the 1.7 per cent estimated for the current year.
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