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Colombia is setting a good stimulus example for Latin America. The country is trying to goose its slowing economy by spurring private pension funds to invest more abroad and inducing public ones to buy foreign exchange locally. It’s a welcome contrast to protectionist measures used nearby. It should help Colombia win the currency wars.

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