Despite the pandemic, several Latin economies hope to grow their numbers and to be able to have an accelerated economic reactivation.
These are the 7 Latin economies that will grow the most in 2022. Photo: Pexels
LatinAmerican Post | Santiago Gómez Hernández
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The pandemic left several indicators in the red. Many economies in the world experienced a marked slowdown due to containment measures, which led to a drop in growth expectations. However, the most recent ECLAC report published in August 2021 shows a slight improvement for the region (although well below pre-pandemic levels).
These are the 7 Latin economies that will grow the most in 2022.
At the other end of the ranking, stand out Brazil (only 2.2%), Nicaragua (1.8%), Venezuela (1%) and Haiti (1%), which are the 3 economies with the worst projections for 2022 in all of Latin America. While Caribbean economies such as the Bahamas (8.5%), Saint Lucia (11.9%) and Guyana (32%) have the best indicators in the entire region.