An exceptional year for Latin America

Growth in the region will reach 5.5 percent in 2004, an "exceptional" performance far better than expected, according to IDB President Enrique V. Iglesias

  • By www.iadb.org
  • 21 Dec 2004
The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean experienced an exceptionally good year during 2004, but steps are needed to increase investment to ensure that growth and stability can be sustained in the years ahead, Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias said in his annual ...

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