The end of the year is approaching and the health and economic crises are still far from being resolved. In the last report of the World Economic Outlook, the IMF re-estimated that the world economy will contract -4.4%, a correction of -1.03% with respect to the June forecast.
In almost all cases, a rebound in its growth rate is expected by 2021. This optimism forgets that several economies were dragging a downward trend in their growth rate, especially the advanced and larger economies.
With Trump's departure, how much does the U.S. and global outlook really change? For the world, what is the real space for transformation to Trump's balances, and for Latin America, what does this scenario represent for its economic and political relations?