Small-scale producers from the MERCOSUR account for 5 million of the region’s agricultural establishments and supply most of its basic food basket. How can they use ICTs to improve access to financing, production, and logistics?
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The Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL), in its role as the Technical Secretariat for COSIPLAN, has presented a new publication on high-impact projects for the physical integration and socio-economic development of Latin America and the Caribbean.
What are the possible outcomes of the impact of technology on employment?
How can national development banks contribute to financing and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals?
Video summary of the MERCOSUR Futures international colloquium.
The operation of the ProCórdoba Agency and success stories from this province.
The two countries renewed their bilateral relations and committed to working together on various issues related to trade and investment.
The Southern Common Market is seeking to consolidate its internal structures with a view to integrating better into global trade, especially through trade agreements with other blocs.
The two parties have reached the end of their analysis periods and are moving toward the formalization of a trade agreement.
Between January and December 2016, Peru’s exports to India grew by 37.4% in comparison with the same period during the previous year. This trend is expected to continue.
Customs authorities have approved an ID system for companies that benefit them during trade with other countries within the bloc.
Argentina is Mexico’s fourth-largest trade partner in Latin America and the Caribbean and the 22nd-largest at the global level.
Tourism and the movement of goods were identified as the keys to development during the next stage, according to the last meeting of the CARICOM representatives.
The decision will benefit global trade and it is hoped that countries that have not yet signed the agreement will do so soon.
The PA countries are seeking an alternative agreement to guarantee integration and trade development.
The new port at Yurimaguas will strengthen the economic and social integration of Peru’s coastal and mountain regions and will facilitate trade with Brazil along the River Amazon.
Once again, the INTAL/Latinobarómetro Alliance will be finding out how the citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean view major issues.
How citizen consultation processes work for large physical connectivity projects in the region.
In 2016, the downward trend that had predominated among commodity prices since late 2014 began to level off. Which factors determined this shift?
Software companies from Latin America and the Caribbean are seeking to become exporters.
The Amendment of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) became effective.
Alejandro Ramos Martínez, integration and trade specialist at IDB/INTAL, and Fernando Vilella, director of the Department of Bioeconomics, Public Policies, and Prospectives at the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Agronomy, argue in MERCOSUR Futures how agricultural integration can leverage a competitive integration into global markets.
Fernando Lorenzo, director of Uruguay’s Center for Economic Research (CINVE), argues in MERCOSUR Futures that the challenges of climate change need to be integrated into the design of common development strategies.
Álvaro Ons, Uruguay’s secretary of productive transformation and competitiveness, puts forward in MERCOSUR Futures an agenda of feasible short-term initiatives to bring credibility to intraregional trade.
What is the future of MERCOSUR? A special publication was presented at INTAL-LAB. 25 years after the creation of the bloc, this report seeks to understand the new global challenges faced by integration and to establish a basis for a smart regionalism.