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The five Largest Economies in Latin America
The production of goods and services in Brazil during 2010 stood at U.S. $ 2,090 billion and a growth rate of 7.5% during the same year. For 2011, growth is estimated at 4.5% of GDP6
Next is Mexico with U.S. $ 1,034 billion GDP in 2010. Mexico grew during that year of 5.5% compared to 2009 and IMF projections indicate that by 2011 will have an increase of 4.6%.
According to the IMF, Argentina ranks third in Latin American economies. With a GDP of $ 370 billion, the country grew 9.2% last year. The IMF forecasts 6% GDP growth for 2011 Argentina.
Venezuela ranks fourth in IMF economic indicators with a GDP of $ 293 billion in 2010 and is the only country in Latin America that year domestic production decreased by 1.9% over 2009. It is expected to rise in GDP in 2011 of 1.8%.
The fifth place has Colombia with a GDP of $ 289 billion. Colombia grew by 4.3% of GDP in 2010 and is expected to continue growing in 2011 to 4.6%.