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Latin American 2021 Corporate Credit Outlook: A Year Of Varying Recovery

December 21, 2020

Economies in Latin America are picking up steam, but they remain vulnerable to setbacks due to the fragility of the recovery and the fact that governments don’t have much room for additional fiscal stimulus if a second wave occurs. Latin American countries are more resilient to withstand crises than a few decades ago, which has helped substantially to sustain credit quality among corporations. Most sectors managed to reduce debts by taking decisive measures to control damages and protect cash. However, the hit from the pandemic has varied widely among sectors.


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