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Central America in the Inter-War Period

  • Victor Bulmer-Thomas
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Abstract

This chapter1 will concentrate on economic developments in Central America until the 1960s, the impact of the Depression must have been period (1920–40) has been seriously neglected in Central American scholarship, so that the region’s performance has not been taken adequately into account in works purporting to offer an overview of the Latin American experience (e.g. Furtado, 1970).

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Gross Domestic Product Public Debt Export Price Export Earning Export Sector 
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