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Cooper. de Brasil en Materia de Planif.

Detalle del Proyecto

País

Costa Rica

Número de Proyecto

TC7612311

Fecha de aprobación

Diciembre 29, 1976

Etapa del Proyecto

Cerrado

Tipo de Proyecto

Cooperación Técnica

Sector

REFORMA/MODERNIZACIÓN DEL ESTADO

Subsector

GESTIÓN POR RESULTADOS DE DESARROLLO

Instrumento de préstamo

-

Código del instrumento de préstamo

-

Modalidad

-

Tipo de establecimiento

-

Categoría de Impacto Ambiental y Social

-

Costo Total

USD 7,700.00

Financiamiento de Contrapartida del País

USD 0.00

Cantidad

USD 7,700.00

Información Financiera
Número de Operación Tipo de préstamo Moneda de Referencia Fecha del informe Fecha de Firma del Contrato Fondo Instrumento Financiero
ATN/SF-1473-RE(11) SG USD - Dólar americano Fund for Special Operations No Reembolsable
Número de Operación ATN/SF-1473-RE(11)
  • Tipo de préstamo: SG
  • Moneda de Referencia: USD - Dólar americano
  • Fecha del informe:
  • Fecha de Firma del Contrato:
  • Fondo: Fund for Special Operations
  • Instrumento Financiero: No Reembolsable
Publications
Published 2021
The State as a Reliable Payer: Structuring of Guarantees and Other Payment Instruments to Attract High-Quality Investments in Latin America and the Caribbean
The Discussion Papers PPP Americas 2021 are a series of documents written to prepare for PPP Americas tenth edition. The event is the most important forum on Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), organized every two years by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Driven by PPP Americas 2021, we gathered eight thematic groups were, with specialists, professionals, consultants, and scholars engaged directly in the preparation, identification, structuration, and management of PPP infrastructure projects in countries of the region. IDB specialists coordinated the groups to review the main hot topics on PPP projects for social and economic infrastructure, aiming to exchange experiences, debate successful cases and lessons learned. The present Discussion Paper, “The State as a Reliable Payer,” collects the main conclusions and recommendations discussed by the group and intends to consolidate a knowledge exchange environment in infrastructure and PPP inside the region, offering best practices on structuring guarantees and other payment instruments to attract high-quality investments in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Publications
Published 2021
Tecnolatinas 2021: The LAC Startup Ecosystem Comes of Age
A startup revolution is unfolding in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Latin entrepreneurs are demonstrating world-class vision, business skills, and grit. They are transforming our lives for the better, generating jobs at scale, and delivering massive value for their shareholders. There are 1,005 technology companies born in the region that raised over $1 million. These companies are collectively worth $221 billion, raised $28 billion, include 28 companies worth more than $1 billion, and have over 245,000 employees. Accelerated growth has been witnessed throughout the broader ecosystem. Its value multiplied by 32 times in the last decade, going from an estimated $7 billion in 2010 to $221 billion in 2020. Most of the growth took place in the past four years. Tecnolatinas have shown they can grow and prosper even in difficult contexts: while their value grew from $7 billion to $221 billion in the last decade, the leading 40 publicly-listed traditional companies from across the region saw their market capitalization fall by $489 billion. The revolution is accelerating: the time to achieve a $1 billion valuation has been steadily decreasing with the help of digital technologies and solutions, such as mobile and cloud computing, and more mature ecosystems. While it took decades for pioneers such as Totvs to achieve that value, the latest unicorns (such as C6, Loft, Ualá) achieved that status less than three years after they were founded. Geographic strategies vary across LAC: while Brazilian startups focus on their local market, startups from the rest of the region are forced to internationalize in order to scale. In Brazil, 83% of the Tecnolatinas have local strategies and represent 74% of the ecosystem value. Outside Brazil, 49% of the Tecnolatinas have local footprints, but they only represent 5% of the ecosystem value, with the other 95% of value coming from the 51% of companies with regional or global strategies. The need for internationalization partly explains the asymmetry between Brazil and the rest of LAC and represents a challenge for entrepreneurs and local policymakers that calls for regional collaboration. Fintech and E-commerce represent 72% of the ecosystem value and are the leading sectors across the region in terms of value. But startup activity is spreading across sectors and we identified 16 sectors with companies worth more than $500 million. The Tecnolatinas ecosystem is poised for continued growth and can play a critical role in building a future of abundance, inclusion, and regeneration in LAC. A valuation of over $2 trillion and more than $30 billion of annual venture capital investments by 2030 would be consistent with international benchmarks and with LACs current trajectory. We highlight eight levers to achieve this potential: igniting unactivated countries, activating Deep Tech, activating medium-sized metropolitan areas, facilitating internationalization, strengthening corporate VC, scaling immature digital sectors, increasing focus on inclusion and regeneration, and increasing female representation. The study is divided into four chapters. The first chapter provides an ecosystem overview. It shows that the LAC startup revolution is exploding and has reached a scale and relevance that turns it into a powerful engine of transformation and a force to be reckoned with; the second chapter analyzes the geographic strategies of the Tecnolatinas; the third chapter presents the sectors that dominate ecosystem activity; and the fourth chapter explores future growth potential and new frontiers for the development of the ecosystem.
Blogs
Published 2023
Como enfrentar o desafio de reduzir as desigualdades educacionais no Brasil
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Blogs
Published 2023
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A Cúpula da Amazônia dos dias 8 e 9 de agosto representa um momento histórico ao reunir dignitários de países amazônicos, comunidades locais e personalidades de todos os setores, na busca de soluções para os desafios multidimensionais dessa região tão reconhecida por sua biodiversidade e seu papel vital na regulação do clima global. Esse encontro
Publications
Published 2023
Connexa: No. 20: Dezembro, 2023: síntese trimestral de informação e dados sobre integração e comércio
Esta edição do Connexa apresenta um resumo do desempenho do setor externo da América Latina e Caribe (ALC) ao longo de 2023, detalhando o comportamento de variáveis chave para as exportações de bens, como preços dos produtos básicos, demanda global, fretes e taxas de câmbio. Da mesma forma, o comportamento do investimento direto estrangeiro é analisado. No campo dos acordos comerciais, apresenta-se o progresso da região nas negociações intra e extra-regionais.
Blogs
Published 2020
¿Qué tienen que ver las películas de misterio con la informalidad laboral en Colombia?
¿A quién no le gusta una buena película o un buen libro de misterio? Al principio, se nos presenta un enigmático acto criminal: alguien es asesinado, o una joya es robada, en extrañas circunstancias. La familia afectada llama a alguien para resolver el caso… Un inspector de policía, o una investigadora privada. Durante el resto
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Accountability Data - Social and environmental claims managed by MICI
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Publications
Published 2020
Hacia un mejor entendimiento de la discriminación por orientación sexual e identidad de género
En América Latina y el Caribe (ALC) existe un conocimiento limitado sobre el tamaño de la población lesbiana, gay, bisexual, transgénero/transexual, queer7, más otras orientaciones sexuales e identidades de género diversas (LGBTQ) y de sus experiencias de discriminación. Esta nota técnica recopila y analiza estudios realizados sobre orientación sexual e identidad de género (OSIG), y presenta información relevante sobre la exclusión social que sufren las personas LGBTQ, a la vez que identifica mejores prácticas para futuras iniciativas. Para esto, se analizaron 68 trabajos basados en encuestas realizadas en ALC que evidencian las brechas de información sobre poblaciones LGBTQ en la región y proporcionan datos sobre el tamaño de dichas poblaciones y sus experiencias de discriminación. Igualmente, se analizaron 25 estudios y encuestas de fuera de ALC, que presentan buenas prácticas para recopilar información sobre las poblaciones LGBTQ. Finalmente, a partir del análisis realizado,esta nota técnica proporciona recomendaciones para futuras encuestas y estudios sobre el tema, centrándose especialmente en el diseño muestral y en el enfoque adecuado para la formulación de preguntas sobre OSIG.
Blogs
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Na cidade de Buenos Aires, o bairro de San Telmo se distingue por seu valor cultural e histórico, mas também por ser atravessado por uma rodovia urbana. No concurso universitário BID CitiesLab, procuramos um projeto urbano-social integral, programático e sustentável a partir de uma abordagem participativa, patrimonial e inovadora que ajude a revitalizar esse bairro
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