LATIN AMERICA AT THE END OF THE SUPERCYCLE: A report on transparency, access to information and the environmental institutionality during the cycle of high prices of commodities

During the first years of this century, the pace of the world economy was characterized by high prices of minerals and hydrocarbons and a huge demand from developed countries, especially China. This period, called as the «commodities supercycle» allowed Latin America to grow at a sustained pace and achieved significant social progress, although at the cost of a specialization around natural resources and a strong primary export bias.

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