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AQ Podcast: Trouble Ahead? A 2022 Preview of Latin America’s Economies

Old foes like inflation may endanger the recovery, a leading economist says.
Nikita Kataev
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Many Latin American economies bounced back strongly this year. Still, 2022 is likely to provide a reality check, says economist Alberto Ramos in this “from 30,000 feet” survey of what to expect. The outcome will have consequences for elections in Brazil and Colombia, as well as social stability everywhere. 

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Alberto Ramos is the chief economist for Latin America at Goldman Sachs. 

Brian Winter is AQ’s editor-in-chief. 

Supplemental reading: 

Could the U.S. and China Spoil Latin America’s Rebound? by Otaviano Canuto

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