Central America needs reforms to grow
Central America needs structural reforms, increase its tax collection and control debt in order to grow, according to an analysis by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration.
"There are a number of reforms that need analyzing in each country to improve the region's economy," said the bank's head economist, Pablo Flores.
He suggested countries to consider labor, education and health reforms, as well as address tax evasion in order to boost the region's fiscal income.
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