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Strength in exports unlikely to last

The surge in exports from Latin America’s major economies in March suggests that the upside risks to our GDP growth and currency forecasts are building. But with advanced economies poised to fall into recession over the coming quarters, China’s demand for commodities set to soften and many commodity prices likely to tread water, this strength in exports is unlikely to continue for much longer.

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