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Government report admits that Argentina has slowest pandemic recovery in Latin American region

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As of the second quarter of 2021, activity was 5% behind 2019, followed by Mexico (-2.4%) and Ecuador (-2%), according to a study by the Ministry of Productive Development.

According to information compiled by the national government, the Argentine economy is the slowest recovering in relation to the rest of the region. Towards the second quarter of the year, economic activity was still 5% behind that same period of 2019, before the health crisis, implying the worst number among the countries surveyed by the Ministry of Productive Development in a recent report.

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