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Tuesday, December 19, 2006 

Preliminary Overviews of Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

The latest release of ECLAC’s 2006 report on the state of economic growth for Latin-American and the Caribbean comes with some words of cautions about the pace and future and this expansion for the region.

Nonetheless, from all angles it appears that the current projections have been quite positive, but on the other hand for this course to provide sustainable results on the long-term, the domestic policies in place, will have to garner momentum and attentions to the evolution of global/international economy, and also target poverty reduction strategies gearing toward stronger job creations, productivity and investments.

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