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International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

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This chapter was prepared by Pelin Berkmen with Kotaro Ishi and Suchanan Tambunlertchai. Pablo Bejar, Yurani Granada (Canada section), and Peter Williams (US section) provided excellent research assistance.

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

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This chapter was prepared by Carlos Caceres, with excellent research assistance provided by Genevieve Lindow. The section on Central America was coordinated by Prachi Mishra, Kimberly Beaton, Javier Kapsoli, and Gerardo Peraza, with excellent research assistance provided by Cristhian Vera. The section on the Caribbean was coordinated by Bert van Selm, with excellent research assistance provided by Lulu Shui.

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

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This chapter was prepared by Yan Carrière-Swallow, Etibar Jafarov, and Juan Yépez (team leader), with contributions from Andrea Pescatori, and a Banco de España team composed of Alberto Fuertes, Ricardo Gimeno, and Jose Manuel Marques. Henrique Barbosa, Genevieve Lindow, and Adrián Robles provided excellent research assistance.

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

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This chapter was prepared by Yan Carrière-Swallow (team leader), Antonio David, and Jorge Restrepo, under the guidance of Daniel Leigh, and with the contribution of Takuji Komatsuzaki. Excellent research assistance was provided by Genevieve Lindow.

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

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This chapter was prepared by Ravi Balakrishnan, Frederik Toscani, and Mauricio Vargas. Adrian Robles provided excellent research assistance and Pablo Bejar provided valuable support in production. The chapter is based on a forthcoming IMF Departmental Paper that will present further analysis and details on commodity cycles and inequality in Latin America.

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