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Latin America begins to feel the effects of global shortages

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fertilizers for Brazil's powerful agricultural industry, semiconductor chips for Mexican automakers, or a lack of ships to export Colombian coffee: Latin America is also beginning to feel the effects of the global supply crisis.

Although the situation is not critical as in the United States, where the Christmas season is threatened, the supply chain in some Latin American countries is beginning to be stressed, as the region is a net importer and depends on world trade.

Since restrictions on mobility and economic activity began to be relaxed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for . . .

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