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The change of scenario that brings risks to the Uruguayan economy

The change of scenario that brings risks to the Uruguayan economy

The change of scenario that brings risks to the Uruguayan economy

The change of scenario that brings risks to the Uruguayan economy

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Economist Alfonso Capurro spoke about the challenges for 2023 and 2024, amid interest rate hikes and more chance of a recession in the US

The CPA Ferrere economist, Alfonso Capurro.

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June 19, 2022 at 05:05

The Uruguayan economy grew again in the first quarter of the year. Most of the indicators showed a positive performance and the outlook for 2022 looks favorable. Today analysts and the government project a growth of between 4% and 5%. On Thursday in a talk organized by Banco Itaú, The CPA Ferrere economist, Alfonso Capurro, shared this diagnosis in general terms, and at the same time conveyed caution for 2023 and 2024.

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