Brazil’s GDP in 2021 should grow below the region’s average, says World Bank

The World Bank reported that the institution’s forecast is that Brazil’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will grow by 3% in 2021, below the average forecast for Latin America, of 4.4%. According to the report, neighbouring countries are expected to outperform Brazil, for example: Argentina: 6.4 percent; Chile: 5.5 percent; Colombia: 5 percent.
For the World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean suffered the greatest damage to the economy and health during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Source: G1 Economia