Guyana's oil wealth in the Essequibo Region, claimed by Venezuela, is causing a surprising economic boom, but at the expense of its neighbor. In dialogue with Sputnik, the journalist Marcos Salgado said that this could escalate the conflict between the two nations.
Guyana could achieve a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 52% in 2022, according to projections by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), while the economies of Latin American countries are experiencing low growth in the framework of the difficulties of the post-pandemic and the repercussions of the Western sanctions on Russia . . .
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