CEPAL Review No. 28, April 1986
  • E-ISSN: 16840348


Since the beginning of the present decade, and not withstanding a slight revival recorded in the majority of countries in 1984, Central America has been sunk in the deepest economic depression and shaken by the most serious political upheavals of the last half-century. The climate of instability and confusion which is prevailing seriously hampers the search for solutions to political as well as social and economic problems, yet the search for such solutions is the greatest challenge facing Central Americans today, and one which cannot be put off any longer.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development

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