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8 December 2020 | Press Release
Alicia Bárcena, the regional organization’s Executive Secretary, participated in the III Annual Meeting of the Comprehensive Regional Protection and Solutions Framework (MIRPS) on forced displacement, which was held virtually.
4 December 2019 | Press Release
In the framework of the SICA Regional Forum 2019, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary delivered a keynote speech in which she sustained that inequality, poverty and migration are the basis of the widespread social disenchantment affecting the region.
12 de September de 2019 | Press Release
En el marco de una visita oficial, Alicia Bárcena se reunió con el Presidente del país, Jimmy Morales, y el Presidente electo para 2020-2024, Alejandro Giammattei, entre otras autoridades.
20 February 2017 | Press Release
The subregion will continue to enjoy the highest growth rate in Latin America and the Caribbean, in spite of uncertain international conditions and a slowdown in private consumption and investment.
30 September 2015 | Press Release
During a seminar at ECLAC, the lessons and challenges of the integration process carried out in Central America were addressed.
5 June 2012 | Press Release
The Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs Patricia Espinosa, who also took part in the ceremony, recognized the importance of ECLAC's work to foster development in the region.
16 de December de 2011 | Press Release
La CEPAL entregó resultados de evaluación regional realizada con apoyo del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo y del Banco Mundial.
3 November 2011 | Press Release
The total electricity production in the subregion in 2010 grew thanks to investments in new power stations.
20 October 2011 | Press Release
Annual report prepared by ECLAC Subregional Headquarters in Mexico contains up-to-date statistical data on the petroleum industry in Central American countries.
19 April 2011 | Press Release
One of the studies tackles the barriers that public monopolies impose on climate change policy in Mexico. The second study analyses the use of energy accounts as a means of assessing sectoral efficiency in Central America.