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With Lula da Silva, the 5 largest economies in Latin America will be governed by the left wing

After winning a majority of votes in the second round of elections, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will become president of Brazil on Jan. 1, 2023.

With this, the largest economy in the Latin American region will be governed by the left.

The South American nation's gross domestic product (GDP) hovers around US$1.608 trillion, leading the region by a considerable distance from the second most robust economy, Mexico, with US$1.293 trillion, according to World Bank estimates.

Mexico is also governed by a democratic movement that triumphed at the polls in 2018 after decades of . . .

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