report on Latin American and the Caribbean in late March. Its key message - things are looking moderately alright, with regional GDP growth set to pick up to 3% this year, and to 3.3% in 2015. Yet behind that lurk some quite serious worries about how the region will respond to the ‘tapering’ of monetary incentives in developed economies, and about its reduced resilience to possible external shocks.

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