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.
Jul 12, 2002 Deputy trade ministers and negotiators from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua participated in a meeting at the Inter-American Development Bank to discuss the need for support from multilateral and bilateral agencies in negotiating a free trade agreement with the United States.
Jun 1, 2002 Epsy Campbell seems never to have heard the word ‘impossible’. She made her first incursion into the world of politics during the Costa...
Jan 18, 2002 Costa Rican Finance Vice Minister Roy González Rojas and Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias signed the contracts of a $22.4 million loan to support the modernization of Costa Rica’s justice system to make it more equitable, efficient and accessible to the underprivileged.
Dec 6, 2001 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $22.4 million loan to Costa Rica to deepen the ongoing process of modernizing the justice system to make it more equitable, efficient and accessible to the underprivileged.
Nov 28, 2001 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $240 million financing plan to support the Central American Electric Interconnection System (SIEPAC), a keystone project for regional energy integration under the Puebla-Panama Plan.
Jul 31, 2001 The Regional Fund for Agricultural Technology, a consortium created in 1998 with support from the Inter-American Development Bank to promote regional agricultural research in Latin America and the Caribbean, announced that it received a $12 million contribution from Venezuela that completes that country’s financial commitments to the fund, known as FONTAGRO.
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