Jan 26, 2011
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Brazil: Strong domestic demand and an overvalued currency widened the current account deficit significantly in 2010; however, there was plenty of funding. Meanwhile, inflation and inflation expectations continue to move away from the target.
Mexico: The trade deficit narrowed in 2010, highlighting a sluggish domestic demand recovery—particularly investment—throughout the year. Inflation surprised on the downside by mid-January, signaling that inflation pressures are still subdued.
Argentina: Polls indicate that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner[...]
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