More and more people in Latin America and the Caribbean are using broadband mobile internet, but disparities between countries persist.
In its role as the Secretariat for COSIPLAN, The Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL) has redesigned the Project Information System (SIP) platform, which receives over 68,000 visits a year.
Interviews with the presenters at the INTAL Annual Colloquium: Integration 4.0.
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E-commerce in Latin America.
Three question about E-Commerce
The two countries are seeking to strengthen their economies and put the period of stagnation behind them by playing a greater part in the international economy.
The two blocs have concluded negotiations and have announced their intention to formalize a trade agreement.
Despite the exponential leaps that digital technology has made, it has only recently started to truly penetrate industries.
National and International Strategies to Facilitate Investment Flows.
A new publication has been released as part of INTAL’s role as the Technical Secretariat for COSIPLAN. It is part of the process of achieving physical integration and social and economic development for South Americans by planning and implementing infrastructure projects.
The agreement between the Caribbean regional bloc and Cuba will benefit a range of economic sectors, notably tourism.
The block continues to implement actions to develop trade technology. Chile calls on other members to leverage e-commerce.
Companies say there will be new investments and a major opening up of the labor market.
The region is seeking to sign agreements that will lead to the regulation and facilitation of customs activities.
The countries of Latin America championed joint efforts and cooperation to tackle their common problems.
Uruguay is seeking to position rail transportation as an attractive alternative for regional freight carriers. The rail connectivity it is developing will keep step with the country’s growing needs.
In recent months, INTAL LIB has been undergoing a transformation to put its wealth of knowledge in the hands of more users in Latin America and the world.
In ancient times, trade began as a barter system in which people exchanged one object for another. Prehistoric humans traded animal skins or services for food. Over time, coins and currencies began to emerge.
The World Trade Organization has been working intensely to encourage and promote e-commerce. This article discusses the progress it has made and the challenges it is facing.
How new trade technologies can contribute to the region's development and what public policymakers can do to provide incentives to increase trade flows.