Three questions about infraestructure.
For the first time, transportation, energy, and communications projects are shaping a network of connectivity in South America that will bring countries together and strengthen the region’s international integration.
This technology platform demonstrates that transparency in public works is possible and is a reality of life in South America today.
How local industries, especially SMEs, can leverage new forms of energy to create jobs.
With a view to next year, when Argentina will host the G20 meeting, experts discussed the main issues for the regional and global integration from a social perspective.
Last December 13th took place the IV Foreign Trade Forum “Uruguay faces the Pacific”. The activity gathered private sector, academic and government representatives, as well as experts in trade negotiations processes with China.
Through COSIPLAN, which INTAL functions as the technical secretariat for, South America is making headway on its commitment to transparency around high-impact infrastructure for development.
The TIFA will foster private investment, promote growth, improve technology, and deepen sustainable economic development.
The Russian government has proposed that Uruguay sign (link in Spanish) a “strategic plan” in pursuit of greater cooperation in various areas.
Officials from Argentina and Chile held a series of meetings to strengthen relations and regional integration processes.
The annual global ranking of innovation capacities and outcomes.
This ongoing dispute at the WTO is over subsidies to Chinese aluminum producers.
Countries are facing the twofold challenge of repairing the damage caused by the financial crisis and creating employment opportunities.
A new publication has been released as part of INTAL’s work as the Technical Secretariat for COSIPLAN/IIRSA with a focus on the results achieved by COSIPLAN’s work areas in 2016.
The region’s leaders emphasized that 2017 would be a key year for consolidating reform within the Caribbean Community.
The formalization of the agreement between the two countries will imply major alternatives to foreign trade and advantages for local firms.
The agreement opens up the EU market for almost all Ecuadorian export products.
This initiative is part of the Central American Trade Facilitation and Competitiveness Strategy (EFCC) and is supported by the European Union.
The country follows Nicaragua as temporary leader of the regional bloc.
More than 90 government officials took part in COSIPLAN’s online course and said how valuable it was for them to have access to a regional program that allows them to expand their knowledge and exchange ideas and experiences.
The United Nations’ development agenda is in line with Latin Americans’ views and opinions
The two countries have defined their strategies and working agendas for addressing the convergence of the two blocs.
This is a major milestone on the road to electrical integration.
The latest technological advances that could play a fundamental role in protecting the environment.
COSIPLAN plans and implements infrastructure projects to improve physical integration and economic and social development for South Americans.
New tools and modern technology platforms are contributing to spreading COSIPLAN’s mission of achieving a better connected and more integrated South America.