Problems of Economic Growth in Latin America

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Problems of Economic Growth in Latin America

By Béla Kádár
St. Martin's, 1980
267 pp. $30.00
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A Hungarian economist examines the stages of economic development in Latin America with densely argued, but not pedantic, descriptions of trends, problems, regional cooperation and other basics. The emphasis is on Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Colombia, and the viewpoint is anti-capitalist.

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