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Fortunes in Latin America recovering faster than in Peru

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The combined wealth of the Latin American super-rich expanded 41% in 2021, after contracting 19% in the previous year. Compared to the pre-pandemic period (2019), the fortunes of these families accumulated in the last two years an increase of 14%.

This is shown in a recent ECLAC report, with data from Forbes and Credit Suisse, which considers the population of the region with a net worth equal to or greater than US$1 billion.

This personal wealth includes the sum of financial and non-financial assets and excludes debt.

In the first year of . . .

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