The 2022 World Cup in Qatar means that, for a month, almost everything has the shape of a ball.
In one of the many parallels that arise in times of the soccer World Cup, the positioning of the countries participating in the tournament before different economic indicators is quite frequent.
On that path, when taking the performance of local currencies against the dollar in 2022, it is found that four Latin American countries such as Uruguay, Brazil, Costa Rica and Mexico are at the top of the ranking among the 32 that compete in the Middle East. On the other . . .