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At what stage did start-ups in selected Latin American countries fail in 2017?

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Latin America: closing stage of start-ups that failed 2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey regarding the stage start-up businesses were likely to fail and close in selected Latin American countries in 2017. In that year, most of the start-ups in all of the countries close at their initial stage; in Colombia for example 56.41 percent of start-ups failed at their initial stage.
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This statistic shows the results of a survey regarding the stage start-up businesses were likely to fail and close in selected Latin American countries in 2017. In that year, most of the start-ups in all of the countries close at their initial stage; in Colombia for example 56.41 percent of start-ups failed at their initial stage.
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Release date
July 2018
Region
North America, Central and South America
Survey time period
2017
Number of respondents
1,500*
Age group
18-64 years
Supplementary notes
*The Failure Institute reached out to more than 1,500 failed businesses worldwide.
The sample number for Argentina was 36 businesses; 39 businesses in Colombia and 825 businesses in Mexico.
The source doesn't provide information on the type of survey.
The source did not provide the date of publication; the date used was the access date.

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