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Latin America: debt percentage of start-ups that failed 2017

Debt percentage of failed startups in selected Latin American countries in 2017

by Marina Pasquali, last edited Apr 8, 2019
Latin America: debt percentage of start-ups that failed 2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey on the debt percentage in selected countries in Latin America at the time of closing their business in 2017. In that year, Mexico was the country where failed start-ups had less debt at closure with only 20 percent.
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Debt percentage of failed startups in selected Latin American countries in 2017

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