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Activity Highlights in Regional Integration

Trade, Dynamics of Companies and Development

Trade, Dynamics of Companies and Development

Feb 24, 2015.

Uruguay launches Smart Talent

It seeks to be a meeting place between enterprises, people and the education sector, providing knowledge, talent access and development for the sector.

Feb 23, 2015.

Diaspora Investment Marketplace

The United States is the source of approximately three fourths of remittance income received by countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Of the 21 million immigrants of LAC origin, estimated to live in the US by the end of 2013, 54.2% were from Mexico and 14.4% from Central America.

Feb 23, 2015.

Synchronized Factories in Europe

Two seminars, Synchronized Factories: Latin America and the Caribbean in Global Value Chains, celebrated in Paris and Geneva, to promote the publication of the Integration and Trade Sector (INT) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

Feb 23, 2015.

SMEs to the Conquest of World Markets

Exports have been identified by all countries as one of the keys to economic growth.

Feb 18, 2015.

The IDB Trained 2,000 Integration Officials in 2014

The Capacity Building Program continues to pool efforts to disseminate knowledge to integration officials in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), with a total of 58 courses implemented and 1957 public officials certified, equivalent to a certification rate of 87% in 2014.

Jan 28, 2015.

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By the Numbers


2.5%-5%


GDP investment in infrastructure in the next 20 years that would be required to catch up with East Asian countries.

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