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Sharp drop in Latin American exports in the first quarter of 2015, according to IDB study

Latin American exports drop 9.1 percent year-over-year in first quarter of 2015, according to a new report from the IDB.

Challenge 2015: Legal Identity for Latin America and the Caribbean

In search of legal identity: Innovative Solutions for Civil Society in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Caribbean to improve its climate resilience with a US$10.39 million program supported by the PPCR through the IDB

Caribbean to improve its climate resilience with a US$10.39 million adaptation program supported by the IDB.

The IDB will invest $27 million to improve transportation in Haiti

Inter-American Development Bank approves $27 million grant to improve Haiti’s transportation infrastructure and policies.

CDB, IDB, MIF, WB, and PPIAF create Caribbean Public Private Partnership Support Program

CDB, IDB, MIF, WB, and PPIAF have created a US$1.2 million Caribbean PPP support program to aid infrastructure projects.

IDB to support energy efficiency financing through the issuance of Green Bonds in Mexico

IDB and Clean Technology Fund close $125 million financing for a warehouse line and green bond for energy efficiency projects in Mexico.

Argentina will improve living conditions for 120,000 residents of its poorest neighborhoods with IDB support

New program will improve living conditions for 125,000 people in Argentina with IDB support.

IDB Urban Lab 2015 call for proposals will reward innovative urban ideas

May 29, 2015 is the deadline to participate in IDB Urban Lab, the first urban design competition launched by the IDB.

Top experts discuss industrial policy in a post Washington Consensus world

Top economists will discuss industrial policies in Latin America and the Caribbean in a post-Washington-Consensus framework at the IDB.

Low-income housing market offers new business opportunities in Mexico

Mexico's BoP housing market is now valued at $40 billion. Learn more at the Base Forum in Mexico City June 20-July 1.