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International development banker James P. Scriven appointed IIC General Manager

IIC has appointed international development banker James P. Scriven as its new General Manager.

Peru to improve and expand its single windows for employment and international trade

Peru will improve and expand its single windows for employment and international trade with the help of $50 million in loans from the IDB.

Advances in financial inclusion will be the focus of Foromic in Chile

Foromic, the region's leading forum on microfinance and entrepreneurship, to be held in Santiago, Chile, from October 26 to 28, 2015.

Young Latin American Entrepreneurs Celebrated for innovative solutions that improve lives in cities

Young entrepreneurs from Latin America and the Caribbean recognized by IDB and Blum Center for innovative solutions that accelerate developm.

The IDB celebrates the power of Central American contemporary art with the exhibition VanguardISTHMUS

VanguardISTHMUS, Central American contemporary art at the IDB.

World experts meet in Buenos Aires to rethink the future of Latin America and the Caribbean

IDB-INTAL organizes a conference on the impact of technology on regional integration, trade and Latin American economies.

The IDB, Business and Environmental Leaders Unite to Advance Latin American Agriculture for Global Food Security

The IDB and Leaders from agribusiness and the environmental movement launched a public-private funding platform for sustainable agriculture.

FINPYME Forum makes a forceful call for banking innovation and announces next event to be held in Mexico

FINPYME Forum brings together experts from 42 nations to discuss how the banking sector can leverage FinTech to scale up financing for SMEs.

Early Childhood Development Program with a 20-year record of success in Jamaica to be Presented at the IDB Sept. 29

Reach Up: An early childhood parenting program in Jamaica will be presented at the IDB on September 29.

Bolivia will improve road quality and safety with IDB support

IDB approves $178.5 million loan to expand and improve the network of paved roads in Bolivia.