Activity Highlights in Regional Integration
The VIII Presidential Summit of the Pacific Alliance (PA), held in Cartagena, Colombia, last February 10, saw the signing of the Business Protocol Addendum to the Framework Agreement Establishing the PA. This Protocol was painstakingly negotiated among the four countries and marks a major step toward accomplishing the objectives set by the Alliance leaders with respect to the free movement of goods, services, and people.
Mar 6, 2014.
The Caribbean SAI process seeks to deepen the dialogue between the Bank and countries in the region and stimulate their active engagement in the programming of integration operations. Possible areas of collaboration fall under 4 thematic pillars: Transport, Trade Facilitation, Global Services Exports and Tourism, and Energy.
Mar 5, 2014.
At the last Pacific Alliance Presidential Summit, the Business Council held a new session in order to assist the Governments of the Alliance in the areas of work. Accordingly, it prepared technical proposals for 10 areas geared toward strengthening integration among the Alliance member countries.
Mar 5, 2014.
Areas of Action
By the Numbers
GDP investment in infrastructure in the next 20 years that would be required to catch up with East Asian countries.
The IDB launch Calls for Proposals of Regional Public Goods in Latin America and the Caribbean. It will be open until April 24, 2014. Mar 12, 2014
The IDB launch Calls for Proposals of Regional Public Goods in Latin America and the Caribbean. It will be open until August 15, 2013. Jul 3, 2013
- Regional. Support to LAC Participation in Post-Busan South-South Cooperation Agenda. Jul 3, 2012
- Regional. Strengthening of LAC Institutional Capacities through SSC with Developing Asia. Jun 6, 2012
- Regional. Caribbean Hotel Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action - Advanced Program. Sep 28, 2011
- Regional. Broadband Development for Competitiveness and Integration. Aug 26, 2011
- Regional. OBSERVATORY OF FIRM ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND REGIONAL PRODUCTIVE INTEGRATION. Aug 11, 2011