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Emerging Markets View: Falling infection rates set the stage for continued recovery


March 2021 | Economy Watch Reports

The rebound in emerging markets so far has been driven by improving industrial production and exports, helped by higher commodity prices and rising demand for consumer goods in mature economiesExcept for Mexico and Brazil, sentiment in the manufacturing sector remains largely upbeat in the new yearExcept for Brazil, infection rates are declining in most countries, setting the stage for further easing of restrictions on activity and for broadening of the recovery into service activities, which should support the economic recovery. 


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