OECD: Higher-than-expected growth in Colombia, Mexico, and Chile

The OECD published the advanced composite indicators for December, which, as has been the case in previous months, fell slightly for Chile (nine-hundredths to 101.40 points) and Mexico (ten-hundredths to 101.60). With 101.97 points, Colombia scored one of the highest values among the organization's members.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) continues to receive signs of higher-than-expected long-term economic growth in Colombia, Mexico, and Chile. However, the latter two countries may have peaked.

On Monday, January 17, the OECD published the advanced composite indicators for December, which, as has been the case in previous months, fell slightly for Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?