U.S. Latino economic output grows to $3.2 trillion, new study says


Latinos are the engine of growth in the U.S., says Sol Trujillo

The U.S. Latino economy continues to grow, reaching $3.2 trillion in 2021, up from $2.8 trillion the year prior, according to a new report by the Latino Donor Collaborative in partnership with Wells Fargo.

Over the last decade, the U.S. Latino economy has grown two and a half times faster than the non-Latino equivalent, surpassing the gross domestic product of the United Kingdom, India, France and Italy, according to the report released Wednesday by LDC, a nonprofit, nonpartisan group focused on reshaping perceptions of U.S. Latinos through data and economic research.

If Latinos were an independent country, their GDP would rank fifth in the world, the study found.

“We have a massive economy…


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