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IDB study proposes a new generation of productive development policies to boost growth in Latin America and the Caribbean

IDB study provides new conceptual framework to help transform industrial policies into tools to increase productivity.

Paraguay to expand financing to more than 5,000 micro and small businesses at the base of the pyramid

IDB supports project in Paraguay to expand financing for more than 5,000 micro and small companies run or owned by women.

Brazilian state of Espírito Santo launches program to reduce youth violence

The Brazillian state of Espirito Santo will have a special program aimed at reducing violent crime.

IDB launches inaugural Education, Youth, and Employment (“EYE”) Bond

The Inter-American Development Bank (“IADB”), priced a $500 million 4-year fixed rate global bond under the EYE Band Program.

Arizona State University and the Inter-American Development join forces to better manage natural and developed resources in Latin American and the Caribbean

IDB and ASU partner to promote decision theater technology for resource management.

IDB launches ideas lab to promote development through digital platforms

The IDB has launched GobAPP.com, an ideas lab for new digital tools to bring citizens closer to their governments.

State of Sao Paulo to receive $480 million to upgrade highways

With IDB support, the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo will upgrade 500 kilometers of its highway network.

Multilateral Development Banks agree to reinforce climate lending in advance of UN summit

The world’s six multilateral development banks today reaffirmed their shared commitment to lead by example.

Deepening ties between China and Latin America Highlighted at 8th China-LAC Business Summit

Hundreds of businesspeople from China and Latin America learn about investment and trade opportunities between the two regions.

Arabica coffee genome sequence is in the public domain, in an effort to address climate change

New genetic information could strengthen coffee sector, responsible for over 14 million jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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