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During the last two decades, many Latin American countries

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During the last two decades, many Latin American countries [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2004, 10:01
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During the last two decades, many Latin American countries have found it difficult to maintain financial stability, to attract investors to their economies, to generate employment, and control inflation .

A to attract investors to their economies, to generate employment, and control inflation
B to attract investors to their economies, to generate employment, and controlling inflation
C to attract investors to their economies, generating employment and controlling inflation
D attract investors to their economies, generate employment, and to control inflation
E to attract investors to their economies, to generate employment, and to control inflation

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 [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2004, 11:36
This is a Parallel construction problem. "...Latin American countries have found it difficult to maintain....". The following verbs in the series must follow this pattern, with either the simple form of the verb (maintain), or the infinitive (to maintain) for all of them. E is the only answer choice that boasts a consistent pattern, and therefore is the correct answer.

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