These are the publications selected by our library to find out more about the topics of this issue of INTAL Connection.
The Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL), in its role as the Technical Secretariat for COSIPLAN, has presented an infographic summary of the nearly 600 integration projects in South America.
A dynamic infographic for examining the relationship between trade and the environment.
¡Descubre cuánto sabes sobre integración y comercio!
Overview and opportunities for equitable development in the region.
Key issues and prospects for a sustainability-based research agenda.
Speakers at the presentation of INTAL’s new publication, Eco-Integration in Latin America, pointed to the importance of tackling the consequences of climate change as part of the integration process in Latin America and the Caribbean.
A webinar created by the ConnectAmericas team focuses on exporting to Asian markets and includes specific examples and success stories.
WTO members are seeking to adapt rules and regulations to the new realities of trade.
This year, the Asian giant is on its way to outstripping the United States as the world’s largest oil consumer.
The aim of the document is to create a space for investment within the bloc and increase guarantees for local and foreign investors.
The third round of negotiations for the modernization of the free trade agreement between Mexico and the European Union has concluded.
The Caribbean Community Steps up the Struggle against Climate Change.
The Pacific Alliance is seeking to expand its economic relations through free trade agreements.
The two blocs held a much-anticipated meeting and agreed on the importance of integrating with one another given the current context of international uncertainty.
Mexico’s deputy minister of foreign trade evaluates the negotiations that are currently underway with Argentina.
Negotiations between MERCOSUR countries and the Pacific Alliance will open up regional manufactures markets
Investment in this railway is hoped will quadruple the volume of freight currently transported and boost regional economies, connecting them with the rest of the world through the ports on the Paraguay–Paraná Waterway.
Rogelio Frigerio, Argentina’s minister of the interior, public works, and housing, inaugurated activities for 2017 in his role as pro-tempore president of UNASUR’s COSIPLAN. He drew attention to planning and the implementation of infrastructure as a necessary condition for development and integration in the region.
A High-Level Dialogue at INTAL-LAB marks the start of a process of reflection in the run-up to the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference and the next G20 Summit.
The director of IDB/INTAL presented the MERCOSUR Futures report to the bloc’s new Ministerial Council.
Agricultural trade between Mexico and some South American countries is one of the missing links in Latin American integration.
Countries in Latin America are diversifying their energy matrix and seeking to develop their wind power capacity.
Can trade agreements help reduce pollution through the adoption of best practices?
What trade incentives promote good environmental practices?
Strengthening environmental governance in Latin America and the Caribbean: a look at the main challenges to improving environmental performance.
INTAL has presented a new publication in which 30 global experts put forward ideas on inclusive sustainable development, inspired by the papal encyclical Laudato Si’.