The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), and other leading institutions have cut their 2019 growth projections for Latin America. A slowing global economy, political uncertainty in the region’s largest economies, and ongoing corruption have all played into the disappointing growth forecasts.
Council of the Americas will hold a meeting with a panel of experts, who will assess the primary reasons for Latin America’s sluggish growth in 2019 and consider opportunities to boost 2020 growth.
- Clay Lowery, Executive Vice President, Institute of International Finance @LoweryClay @IIF
- Eric Parrado Herrera, Chief Economist and General Manager of the Research Department, Inter-American Development Bank @the_IDB
- Atsi Sheth, Managing Director in Credit Strategy and Research team and Chief Credit Officer for the Americas, Moody’s @MoodysInvSvc
- Krishna Srinivasan, Deputy Director, Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund @IMFNews
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