Growing trade with China and stronger economies in the countries' commodities leaves the region better prepared than it was five years ago, according to the World Bank.
Latin America is "less vulnerable to financial contagion than in the past," said Augusto de la Torre, the World Bank's Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean region.
Mexico and Chile are expected to be most resilient to a possible slowdown, although Central America and the Caribbean could feel more of an impact.
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Source: World Bank