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Panama is Top Dog in Economic Growth

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Panama is poised to surpass the estimates of global economic growth with an estimated growth of 11%, and tops the list of countries with the highest economic growth in the region and probably in the world in 2012.

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Original Article Text From Revista Summa via Google Translate :

How the region will grow in 2013?

With a growth of nearly 11%, Panama tops the list of countries with the highest economic growth in the region and probably in the world by 2012.

For these next twelve months, it is likely that the number is not so high, but will almost double the forecast for the world.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in 2013 the global economy will grow 3.3%, while that of Panama will make 7.5%.

With these forecasts, there is no doubt that the country will be a player canalero weight in the regional economy.

In Central America will continue to Dominican Republic (4.5%) and Costa Rica (4.3%).

El Salvador will grow the least, with a projection of just 2%.
Other neighbors and trading partners of the isthmus is Colombia, which expects a GDP growth of 4.4%.

Here projections of economic growth that will Central America, Dominican Republic and Colombia in 2013 according to the IMF.

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