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Latin America Economic Outlook

Despite a shift in global conditions, the region’s growth outlook remains optimistic

Deloitte Global has released the Q3 Latin America Economic Outlook, the next report in its series. Access the latest information and prior reports below.

Latin America Q3 Economic Outlook

The latest iteration of Deloitte Global's Latin American economic outlook series, the Q3 report examines the opportunities and challenges for the economies of major countries in Latin America, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. While current global economic conditions pose new challenges for Latin America, the region's growth outlook still remains ahead of developed nations as well as the global economy overall. 

Latin America Economic Outlook: Despite a shift in global conditions, growth outlook remains optimistic

Latin America Q2 Economic Outlook

The second in the series of Latin American economic outlooks notes that while the region overall appears to be experiencing a slowdown in growth, the outlook is positive for certain emerging economies. This second quarter report examines the opportunities and challenges for the economies of major countries of Latin America, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela.

Latin America Economic Outlook: The outlook for the region remains positive

Latin America Q1 Economic Outlook

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (“Deloitte Global”) has expanded its regional economic outlook series to Latin America. The inaugural  report examines the outlook for the economies of major countries of Latin America, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. With GDP at roughly 9 percent of total world output, Latin America is increasingly a critical part of the global economic system, and is likely on the radar screens of many multinational companies. 

Latin America Economic Outlook: Is the emerging market boom retreating?
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