The Guatemalan economy has proved strong enough to withstand disasters such as the May 2010 eruption of the Pacaya volcano

Guatemala's economy is maintaining its steady recovery, based on sound fiscal and monetary policies as well as limited exposure to global banking markets. Now the banks are consolidating their position and reaching out to the country's vast unbanked population. Writer Jane Monahan

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