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Argentina is one of the biggest economies in Latin America. As it evident from the UNs’ graph, the country initially had 8 percent GDP Growth in 2011. Later in 2012 Argentina had undergone the influence of the global slowdown. For this reason, economic growth had deteriorated and then GDP Growth was fluctuating during 2013-2016, so IMF and UN predict the next jump of GDP Growth in 2017. However, IMF who gives forecasts for the years beyond 2018 expects GDP Growth to remain stable and to strengthen very slightly.

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