9 December 2019 | News
Since 2011, Colombian FDI has surpassed the amount of Mexican investments accumulated in the region.
8 August 2019 | Announcement
Alicia Bárcena, the regional organization’s Executive Secretary, will hold a press conference on Wednesday, August 14, at 11 a.m. in Santiago, Chile.
5 July 2018 | Press Release
In a new annual report, ECLAC calls on governments to incentivize quality investment that is compatible with sustainable development.
20 September 2017 | Press Release
Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the United Nations regional commission, moderated the V CEO Investment Summit of the bloc in New York, attended by the presidents of Chile and Colombia, the Foreign Affairs Minister of Mexico and the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism of Peru.
10 August 2017 | Press Release
In its annual report, ECLAC projects a fresh decline in 2017, of around 5%, and calls on countries to create policies to attract flows that support national processes of sustainable development.
9 December 2016 | News
Report by the ECLAC Subregional Headquarters in Mexico publishes economic, social and commercial indicators for the two regions.
7 July 2016 | Press Release
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary launched an initiative for an export platform in the region during meetings with businesspeople and government authorities in Berlin.
20 June 2016 | News
In its latest annual report, ECLAC analyzes the evolution of investments in metal mining in Latin America and the Caribbean.
15 June 2016 | Press Release
With proactive and integrated policies, countries can take advantage of FDI to diversify their economies, boost innovation and respond to the challenges of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, ECLAC says.
2 June 2016 | Announcement
On Wednesday, June 15, the Executive Secretary of the United Nations regional organization, Alicia Bárcena, will present the annual report at a press conference.
15 October 2015 | Press Release
The drop in investments in mining and hydrocarbons due to the reduction of international prices, China’s deceleration and the region’s negative economic growth determine FDI flows.
27 May 2015 | Press Release
According to ECLAC, rather than trying to recover the FDI amounts seen in recent years, Latin American and Caribbean countries should focus on attracting those flows that will contribute to the diversification of production.