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Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Latin America Q2 2013 - Product Image

Global Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends (GET-IT)—Emerging Latin America Q2 2013

  • Published: August 2013
  • Region: Global, America, Latin America, United States
  • 41 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

The Latin American region is expected grow at an average rate of 3.5% in 2013. A fall in global demand and commodity prices has hit the region badly. However, governments in the region are making efforts through trade alliances and stimulus packages, to spur the growth in the region.

Trans-Pacific trade alliance talks, which are likely conclude in the second half of 2013, act as a growth driver for Chile and Mexico. Similarly, the Colombian Government's $2.7 billion stimulus package can build the growth momentum in the region. Falling US and Chinese imports, the two main markets for the Latin American economies, is a concern at the moment.

Key Features:

- The export-centric Latin American region experienced an overall sluggish growth in Q1 2013 due to weak global demand, a strong currency and supply bottlenecks.

- Growth in export driven industrial and economic activities in the region is expected to remain low till Q2 2013 due to persistent recession in Europe and sluggish growth in China, which are Latin America's prominent export markets. Governmental efforts are likely to accelerate the growth momentum in H2 2012, owing to social welfare and infrastructure READ MORE >

1. Contents

2. Section Slide Numbers

3. Executive Summary

4. Definitions

5. Regional Insights and Trends—Emerging Latin America

6. Chile

7. Colombia

8. Mexico

9. Conclusion and Key Takeaways

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