International Monetary Fund urges priority on Central American structural changes
With many Latin American and Caribbean economies recovering faster than anticipated, the challenge for policymakers is ensuring a moderation in domestic demand to avoid overheating, the International Monetary Fund said.
Its new Regional Economic Outlook for the region says that in Central America, the recovery is also progressing, but more gradually. In Central America, structural changes, rather than demand policies, will be key to boosting growth and competitiveness.
Original source: IMF Survey Magazine