The Caribbean is seeking to mitigate the effects of natural disasters on transportation and roads.
The sharing economy is growing as a form of trade in different spheres. What factors have contributed to its growth and what part can it play in development?
Demand Solutions brings together some of the most innovative creative minds to discuss and share their solutions to the challenges of development industries.
An increasing number of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean use Exporta Fácil, a service that reduces transaction costs for MSMEs and helps them to integrate into the international market, which brings social benefits.
Innovation and trade are increasingly interconnected. A new approach to the interface between them is needed if we are to develop appropriate policies.
The INTAL D-TEC competition identifies and gives awards to start-ups providing innovative technological solutions. Some 120 firms from 15 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean took part in the competition.
A new book summarizes the Territorial Integration Program for the Agua Negra Binational Tunnel, which involves the provinces of San Juan and La Rioja in Argentina and the Coquimbo Region in Chile. The technical aspects of the project were coordinated by INTAL.
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Interview with presenters from the INTAL Winter Colloquium.
What role does Latin America and the Caribbean play in the market for services?
The two largest economies in the MERCOSUR seek to move forward with bilateral trade facilitation.
Chile’s minister of foreign relations, Heraldo Muñoz, tackled issues related to trade and cooperation with representatives from the two countries.
Officials from the two countries started a work and cooperation plan to pursue common goals.
Experts and researchers met specifically to analyze the situation in South America.
Financial incentives seek to increase countries’ negotiating capacities and enable them to take part effectively in the global trading system.
The differences, advantages, and perspectives women in leadership positions bring and their impact on organizations, according to two experts on the matter.
A new IDB publication analyzes how financial strategies can contribute to promoting clean energy.
The country has added its signature to the fight against climate change.
The Ministry of Production is to launch a competition to support firms with export potential.
Representatives from the two governments put forward an instrument to promote economic activity.
The legislation forms part of the international trade commitments the country has adopted.
The news was announced at the 11th Summit of the Pacific Alliance, which included a consolidation of international relations and a review of the progress this regional integration mechanism has made.
A project is seeking to end hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean by 2025.
INTAL’s annual flagship event, Regional Integration 4.0, will take place on October 5, 2016, and will include a panel on big data and integration.
INTAL, Argentina’s Ministry of Industry, the US Embassy in Argentina, and ARGENBIO held a communications seminar for government officials, researchers, and decision-makers.
To integrate MSMEs into the export base and facilitate trade, South American countries are seeking to strengthen and expand the Exporta Fácil project to include concrete initiatives that will consolidate the system in the region.
Innovation and regional integration were the focus of the INTAL Winter Colloquium. The event underlined the role of SMEs as drivers of employment and their potential as service exporters.