September 2008
Latin America Monitor: Andean Group Monitor;Sep2008, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p7
Country Report
The article highlights the economic data and forecasts of Ecuador. The author stated that the global oil prices experienced a 15% drop in July, while oil exports are making up over 55% of total exports. In addition, Ecuador's long-term current account will likely to be affected with the declining productivity levels.


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