Data out this week suggest that Colombia’s economy has started to undergo an adjustment process, which is set to continue over the course of this year and next and underpins our forecast that growth will slow by more than most anticipate. Elsewhere, strong labour market data from Brazil and Mexico have reinforced our view that interest rate cuts are still some way off.
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