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Moody’s predicts higher growth for Latin America

Thursday, January 11, 2018

The outlook for the credit quality of the sovereign governments of Latin America and the Caribbean in 2018 is stable and reflects an improvement in credit conditions, although there is also evidence of increasing levels of indebtedness and uncertainty surrounding the elections that will take place in several countries this year, says Moody’s Investors Service in a new report.

By 2018, 19 of the 29 Latin American sovereign governments rated by Moody’s have a stable outlook, but the largest economies in the region, Brazil, Mexico and Chile, are included among the countries with a negative outlook.

Source: Newsroom Panama