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We seek to boost initiatives that promote economic, social, and environmental development through specialized financing programs for initiatives related to renewable energies, business, and microfinance sectors, which, in turn, facilitate the Mexican productive transformation.

Mexico strengthens its relations with Latin American countries 14 de August de 2015

Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Relations, Jose Meade, is Enrique Garcia's guest in the program Conversando con CAF (Conversation with CAF), where global leaders share their views on current issues and their impact on Latin America. Garcia a...

Experts meet in Mexico to define strategies to mitigate air pollution

18 de January de 2017

The purpose of the workshop is for regulators, those in charge of policy making in Mexico City, and national authorities, to engage in in-depth debates regarding the mitigation strategies for air pollution with their peers from other important ...
System B reaches Mexico to promote a new generation of companies

22 de September de 2016

B Enterprises use businesses as a force for good, generating not only economic profits but also sustainable positive social and environmental impacts 

Five Latin Americans from four countries are the winners of the 2016 Innovators of America Award

16 de September de 2016

Company and industry, science and technology, education, sustainability and ecology, and social development are the categories intended to promote a new development model for the region 

CAF and the Centro Mario Molina work to improve risk management in the planning of highways in Mexico

06 de September de 2016

Both institutions signed a Non Reimbursable Technical Cooperation Agreement to identify and evaluate the highway infrastructure areas affected by extreme events linked to climate change, and propose risk management and adaptation measures ...

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Inclusive, productive and resilient cities: the challenge to win the fight against inequality in Latin America
During the first day of the CAF Cities with a Future conference, international experts, ministers and mayors from around Latin American called for cities to become the main engines of economic grow...
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Uruguay's challenges regarding skills for work and life
The time that parents dedicate to their children, quality of education, and the reduction of the drop-out rate, as well as youth employment, are basic pillars in the development of skills of U...
Bankomunales: access to credit for vulnerable populations
Access to financial services for the most vulnerable populations as a mechanism for their social inclusion is a challenge and an imperative to be resolved. 
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Latin America must invest at least 5 percent per year in infrastructure to take the leap toward competitiveness
In the region, the average investment in infrastructure as a percentage of GDP was 2.8 percent between 2008 and 2015, according to the figures in www.infralatam.info, A CAF, IDB, and ECLAC ini...
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CAF presented the 2016 Economy and Development Report (RED)
This year's report highlights family, school, environment and the world of work as the four life contexts that are fundamental to developing and accumulating the various skills that make up the...
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Launching of the Mexico and Central America Globalizer X
Meet the six social entrepreneurs that have been selected this year to participate in the Mexico and Central America Globalizer X 
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During the 2016 Latin American Telecommunications Congress (CLT)16), ministers, congressmen, academics, and senior representatives form the ecosystem of telecommunications enterprises from Lat...
Infrastructure in the Development of Latin America Conference
This event is organized by CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, and Nacional Financiera S.N.C., I.B.D. -NAFIN-, with the support of the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico.&n...
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The Mexico Summit
The Mexico Summit will convene Economist editors, policy-makers, thought-leaders and top business minds to apply fresh-thinking to the key pillars necessary for achieving long-term, sustainable...
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IV Multilatinas Forum
The fourth edition of the "Multilatinas Forum", organized by AmericaEconomia, will take place on October 21-22, 2014, in Mexico City.