The IMF's Alejandro Werner covers economic growth prospects from Venezuela to Brazil to Mexico. ... Play Video
Latin America should be growing at 2-3 percent, said the International Monetary Fund's Alejandro Werner at an AS/COA event on January 26. Instead, the Fund expects the region to contract 0.3 percent in 2016. Leading the downturn are Venezuela and Brazil, as well as China's reduced demand for commodities and the yuan’s drop.