With Latin America Thriving, Nafta Might Keep Marching SouthPaul Magnusson
The 1980s were not kind to Latin American economies. Debt crises, ballooning inflation, and slow growth were endemic throughout much of Central and South America. The Caribbean didn't do much better. But in the 1990s, Latin America has been one of the world's fastest-growing regions.
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