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Tax revenues in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) increased to 23.1% of GDP on average in 2018, according to the new edition of Revenue Statistics in Latin America in the Caribbean published today. However, these gains are now under threat as a result of the region’s deteriorating fiscal outlook, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the global economic crisis.
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Decision-makers and experts from Latin American and Caribbean countries will hold the Regional Fiscal Policy Dialogue and the Third International Forum of the Decentralization Network and Subnational Fiscal Management in Sao Paulo, Brazil, which will address the issue of better management and quality of public spending The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), through the Fiscal Management Division, will conduct the Regional Fiscal Policy Dialogue and the Third International Forum of the Decentralization and Subnational Fiscal Management Network of Latin America and the
September 23, 2019
The sixth edition of the “Gobernarte 2019 - Eduardo Campos Prize” contest of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) identified four innovative ideas for data use and citizen services presented by subnational governments of Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico as winners of this edition of the contest.
August 29, 2019
SANTIAGO, Chile – Advances on the basic elements to build a methodology that identifies public spending on climate change and produces information for decision makers, has been the main result of a regional workshop conducted by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Ministry of Finance of Chile, in collaboration with regional and international institutions and with governments of Latin America and the Caribbean.
August 26, 2019
The Inter-American Development Bank is coordinating the Focus on the Americas sessions during World Water Week in Sweden’s capital, with a focus on adopting a new paradigm to close the gap in secure sanitation services in the region. STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Providing safe sanitation for all in Latin America requires not only significant investments, but a change of paradigm to be able to do more with less resources. Right now, only 22% to the population of Latin America and the Caribbean have access to those services.