The public opinion survey of more than 20,000 citizens in 18 Latin American countries carried out by the INTAL/Latinobarómetro partnership revealed that social issues are the number one demand in the region.
INTAL developed this interactive tool that explores the issues addressed in 2016, establishing connections and providing a detailed overview of the global and regional agenda.
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An initiative to help countries and interested parties to achieve sustainable objectives in the fight against climate change
The voices of the experts who presented the book The Fracture. The Quest for Social Equality in Latin America, Past and Present (links in Spanish).
Opinions from the main speakers at the presentation of the Trade and Integration Monitor 2016 (link in Spanish).
A look back at INTAL’s year: how we inspired collective intelligence and cocreated knowledge on the ways that new technologies are impacting integration processes (link in Spanish)
Overview of regional trade negotiations and agreements. For news and to learn more about the progress made on trade agreements and negotiations, visit the Legal Instruments of Integration Observatory (IJI).
A visualization that shows the factors that drove the improvement in social equity of the region.
Two new publications have been launched as part of INTAL’s work as the Technical Secretariat for COSIPLAN/IIRSA’s work on disaster risk management
An exclusive report from the research team at ConnectAmericas argues that Latin America is a solution to China’s limited natural resources.
The Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), June Soomer, made an official visit to Cuba, in which it was agreed the development, next March in Havana, of the XXII Ordinary Council of Ministers of the organization.
The two countries held their seventh meeting under the umbrella of the bilateral consultations agreement that has been in force since 2001
This investment will enable progress on the road infrastructure megaproject between Argentina and Chile
The member countries of the Andean Community will gradually update their immigration systems. Peru has already successfully done so.
A new report describes possible scenarios for trade dynamics in the region, which vary at the subregional level
A new book published by INTAL and FCE analyzes the historic roots of inequality in Latin America and puts forward creative ideas for moving toward greater social inclusion.
The two countries opened a new border crossing as part of their intention to form a customs union
The project will be a source of employment in the region once the anticipated investments materialize
The initiative is the outcome of an investment-related decision by the bloc’s heads of state
The main aim of this initiative is the electronic exchange of information on foreign trade transactions, in line with international standards.
Academics, government officials, and members of international organizations and Latin American and global NGOs analyzed the current state of affairs for science and technology and their impact on labor markets.
The delegates from the countries of South America to COSIPLAN met online to agree on the 2017 Work Plan. As the secretariat for the CCT, INTAL will support the implementation of the activities the countries decide to prioritize.
The Trade and Integration Monitor 2016 analyzes different aspects of the downshift in global trade and the effects that this is having on the region.
The MERCOSUR Report No. 21 analyzes the macroeconomic outlook for the MERCOSUR and member countries’ trade and investment flows, as well as the main features of the bloc’s internal and external agenda.
INTAL participated in an international conference in Chile with experts from the region and China where the future of the relationship with the Asian giant was discussed.