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Monday, March 22, 2021 at 12:00pmVirtual Event
Latin American economies have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown measures adopted by national governments to address the public health crisis. Given the erosion of many of the social and economic gains of the early 2000s, what are the prospects for economic recovery in the months and years ahead? And how can the region ensure that any new economic growth will be broadly shared, benefiting the underprivileged sectors that have been most severely affected by the crisis?
A distinguished panel of international experts will explore these questions as part of a webinar cosponsored by Cornell's Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) and the Latin American Studies Program (LASP).
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