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What China’s re-opening means for Latin America

China’s rapid move away from zero-Covid and the resulting rally in commodity prices present upside risks to our GDP forecasts, but we remain of the view that 2023 will be a challenging year for Latin American economies and that growth will slow sharply. One crumb of comfort is that higher copper prices should mitigate external and currency risks in Chile.

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