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Economic prospects for Latin America: implications for primary industries



Economic prospects for Latin America: implications for primary industries



International commodity markets: an Australian perspective: 27-39



There are signs that some Latin American economies are emerging from a period of economic stagnation into one of strong economic growth. If incomes also increase strongly over the medium term, increases in demand for primary commodities could be expected. Economic reforms taking place in these countries could also result in increased production of some agricultural and mineral commodities. The net effect on world commodity prices will depend on the magnitudes of demand and supply factors.

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