Could Latin America Have a Single Currency? – VisualPolitik EN

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From a political and social point of view, Latin America is one of the most homogeneous regions in the world: in terms of language, culture and religion, most of the countries in this region share the same roots.

However, all these similarities and all these ties have a very clear limit: the economy. Surprisingly, in the economic field, the region is very poorly integrated and the variety of policies is vast.

Despite this, the dream of a single currency, the dollar or the “Latin American euro”, has emerged periodically. Now it is Brazil and Argentina who are leading this trend. In this video we tell you all the details.

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