Economic Issues in 20th Century Latin America Introduction Examining and analyzing economic issues in 20th century Latin America indicates that countries in this underdeveloped region of the world have struggled for decades to achieve economic growth. Various economic policies have been implemented over the years, ranging from radical socialist policies in countries such as Chile and Cuba to traditional conservative policies in countries such as Mexico and Guatemala, but none of these policies have succeeded in generating steady, long-term economic growth. Latin American countries differ in size, population, geographical proximity to the United States, levels of economic development, availability of important resources, and the magnitude...The end:
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