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Latin America's economy to shrink record 7.6% this year: Goldman Sachs

Latin America's economy will shrink 7.6% this year in the steepest downturn on record and a return to pre-coronavirus crisis levels will take at least another two years, economists at Goldman Sachs said on Tuesday.
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