May 30, 2003
Jan 27, 2003 Plan Puebla-Panama was launched in 2001 by Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama to promote sustainable development and integration in the Mesoamerican region. Under the plan, the eight participating countries cooperate on projects to overcome their economic and social deficits.
Jan 24, 2003 The Euro-Latin Study Network on Integration and Trade is inviting researchers whose primary base is Europe to submit papers on macroeconomic dimensions of regional integration, European Union enlargement and adjustment policies during the transition, and the impact of regional integration on economic convergence and growth.
Jan 16, 2003 Three Washington-based institutions have lent their support to a far-ranging program to spur tourism and sustainable development in the ancestral region of the Mayan people, which includes Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and southern Mexico.
Jan 15, 2003 The Inter-American Development Bank will host the launching of the Mundo Maya Sustainable Tourism Program and the creation of the Mundo Maya Alliance at a meeting on January 16, 2003.
Nov 12, 2002 The leaders in information and communication technology for development from 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries are meeting at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., November 11-13, to enhance their collective efforts for strengthening the deployment of these technologies to promote sustainable economic growth while reducing poverty and promoting equity throughout the Region.
Nov 12, 2002 Education ministers of the eight countries in the Puebla-Panama Plan signed a memorandum of understanding to establish an Education Projects Accreditation and Promotion Commission to cooperate on regional education programs.
Oct 1, 2002 By Paul Constance Should people in Latin America still care about regional integration? With.
Sep 26, 2002 The Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of a $2,015,000 grant to support a Puebla-Panama Plan project to modernize customs and border crossings in the Mesoamerican region.
Jun 1, 2002 The United States offered her a world of opportunities, but she preferred to return to her country. A few years ago, Carolyn Gentle...
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