Sep 20, 2005 Increased investment, low inflation, an improved fiscal situation, decreased unemployment. Latin America and the Caribbean have been hearing plenty of good news the past 18 months. A group of renowned economists analyzed the situation at a seminar hosted by the IDB Research Department to honor IDB President Enrique V. Iglesias, who will retire on September 30. Iglesias himself opened the seminar, which was chaired by IDB Chief Economist Guillermo Calvo, with the participation of Ricardo Hausmann, Michael Mussa, José Antonio Ocampo and John Williamson.
Mar 22, 2005 Latin American and Caribbean workers living abroad sent a record $45.8 billion to their homelands in 2004, up from $38 billion the previous year, the Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) said today.
Jan 1, 2005 By Charo QuesadaOn paper, Latin America is almost a model of equitable and gender-neutral justice. Nearly all governments in the region have signed and ratified international agreements...
Aug 10, 2004 The Multilateral Investment Fund announced the approval of $2.9 million in financing to support the launching of a new financial institution that will provide credit to micro, small and medium-sized...
Nov 19, 2003 The Inter-American Development Bank and its Multilateral Investment Fund will host on Monday, November 24 a seminar on remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean,...
Dec 19, 2002 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of a $3,365,000 loan to Suriname to help finance the country’s sixth general census and to analyze and disseminate its results.
Oct 1, 2002 By Paul Constance Should people in Latin America still care about regional integration? With.
Sep 5, 2001 The Inter-American Development Bank announced the approval of two loans totaling $14.7 million to Suriname to introduce a housing reform that will benefit low-income households, and, in a separate program, to assist the government in carrying out political and fiscal decentralization as mandated by the constitution.
May 18, 2000 The Inter-American Development Bank today announced the approval of a $10.3 million loan to Suriname to support a program to improve living conditions, economic opportunities and social well-being of the country's poorest communities.
Feb 18, 2000 Officials of the Inter-American Development Bank will meet Feb. 23 in Washington, D.C. with labor ministers from the English speaking countries of the Caribbean and Suriname to exchange ideas on ways to modernize the labor sector, focusing on providing labor market information, skills and productivity, and dispute resolution techniques.
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