If women massively incorporated to the work force, the region's GDP would increase up to 34 percent
The initiative, which began in 2015, consisted of a series of 14 interviews with renowned personalities in the areas of politics, economics, development and international relations in order to analyze the most relevant and current issues of Latin America and the world.
CAF-Development bank of Latin America- calls to present research proposals that contribute to the study of the effects of regulations and public policies on productivity in Latin America.
The Executive President of CAF met several Cuban Government authorities and gave a brilliant lecture on Latin America at the University of Havana. During his visit, he announced the commencement of a technical support agreement with said university to foster innovation culture and entrepreneurship so as to drive sustainable development of the country.
CAF and the Secretaría Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (Senacyt) (National Secretariat for Science, Technology, and Innovation Marathon concluded the Second Technological Patents Marathon with good projections in the Panamanian capital
Brazil's former Foreign Minister and the former Director of the IMF spoke with Enrique Garcia, Executive President of CAF, regarding the new and changing global reality, and highlighted the importance of global institutions advancing with necessary changes in order to properly address the new global challenges.
In 2015, the Pacific reached a level of multidimensional poverty of 33.8 percent. The national indicator reaches 20.2 percent, and ranks the Pacific as the region with the most deprivations in Colombia (Does not include the Valley)
In the midst of a context where false or imprecise information seems to expand throughout all platforms, journalism has found a way to expand its reach in the verification of facts and data
Latin America must take advantage of green financing to achieve growth that is less dependent on fossil fuels, the greatest responsible for carbon emissions
CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, carried out the third issue of bonds to finance exclusively water related projects. The placement consisted of 220.2 million Brazilian Reales at a three year term, for Japanese retail investors.