- International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.
- Published Date:
- April 2015
World Economic and Financial Surveys
Regional Economic Outlook
Northern Spring, Southern Chills
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The April 2015 Regional Economic Outlook: Western Hemisphere was prepared by a team led by Hamid Faruqee and André Meier under the overall direction of Alejandro Werner and the guidance of Krishna Srinivasan. The team included Steve Brito, Carlos Caceres, Bertrand Gruss, Genevieve Lindow, Nicolás E. Magud, Natalija Novta, Sebastián Sosa, Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos, and Ben Sutton. In addition, Stephan Danninger, Lusine Lusinyan, and Andrea Pescatori contributed to Chapter 1; Gabriel Di Bella, Pablo Druck, and Jaume Puig Forné contributed to Chapter 2; and Ke Wang contributed to Chapter 5. Production assistance was provided by Maria S. Gutierrez with support from Misael Galdamez; Joanne Creary Johnson of the Communications Department coordinated editing and production, with assistance from Katy Whipple. This report reflects developments and staff projections through early April 2015.