5 resources about Innovation that inspire on new trends in integration and exponential technologies.
Exclusive interviews with the main speakers of the Regional Integration 4.0. conference.
A World Bank report analyzes the short- and medium-term prospects for economic development in the region on the basis of changes in the macroeconomy and trade.
The challenges ahead and an action program for the optimization of the bloc.
The deluge of data that comes from our interconnectedness is providing us with new tools to increase productivity.
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According to an exclusive document drafted by ConnectAmericas, China’s role in global business has been rising steadily in recent decades. This constitutes an enormous opportunity for products and services from Latin America and the Caribbean.
The two countries signed various agreements during the Uruguayan president’s two-week tour of China.
This infrastructure project aims to become an alternative form of connectivity between the two countries and to foster production potential and service generation in the region it covers.
The agreement was described as “next generation” because of the new issues it includes.
The mechanism will contribute to strengthening the security system and data exchanges among members.
China already has free trade agreements with Peru, Chile, and Costa Rica. Colombia is making headway on negotiations.
The regional bloc made up of Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico continues to actively seek out new trade partners.
The two countries have continued the trade negotiations they began at the end of 2015 around tariff expansions within their bilateral agreement.
Those present also decided on initiatives for the fight against climate change, terrorism, and the refugee crisis.
Some 1,500 businesspeople, diplomats, and government officials from China and LAC took part, making this the best-attended event in the summit’s history.
The climate change agreement that was reached in December 2015 will be made official at the next UNFCCC conference.
INTAL and Latinobarómetro have launched a partnership to monitor citizens’ opinions on issues that are fundamental to public policies.
As part of the joint training initiative organized by IDB/INTAL and the WTO, a course on e-commerce and its role in development was held in Asunción.
The winning project from INTAL and MIT’s competition for creative industry start-ups traveled to Washington to take part in Demand Solutions, a megaconference for entrepreneurs. The company’s director tells us all about the experience.
COSIPLAN’s work demonstrates how technology can provide support for public policy–related decision making, the planning of infrastructure works, and prioritizing investment. A new video explains the initiative.
INTAL’s annual flagship event included a panel on the study of the best incentives for fostering cooperation and trade.
The experts who took part in the INTAL conference held parallel workshops with representatives from the public sector and academia.
Global experts took part in INTAL’s annual flagship conference. The focuses this year were big data, behavioral economics, and export diversification.