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TABLE-IMF projections for the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021 and 2022

SANTIAGO, Apr 6 (Reuters) – Latin American economies will show slightly better than expected growth in 2021 thanks to a rebound in activity among commodity exporters, although the recovery looks mixed and the lack of COVID vaccines will continue to be a drag, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.

Here is a table with the projections of GDP performance in the region – expressed in percentage figures – released by the IMF in its April World Economic Outlook report:

2020 2021 2022

Latin America and El -7.0% + 4.6% 3.1%

Caribe

Brazil -4.1% + 3.7% + 2.6%

Mexico -8.2% + 5.0% + 3.0%

Argentina -10,0% +5,8% +2,5%

Chile -5,8% +6,2% +3,8%

Peru -11.1% + 8.5% + 5.2%

Colombia -6,8% +5,1% +3,6%

Ecuador -7,5% +2,5% +1,3%

Uruguay -5,7% +3,0% +3,1%

Paraguay -0,9% +4,0% +4,0%

Venezuela -30,0% -10,0% -5,0%

Bolivia -7,7% +5,5% +4,2%

Central America -7.2% + 5.6% + 4.1%

(Compiled by Marion Giraldo at the Editorial Board of Santiago de Chile)

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