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29 November 2022 | Press Release
In a new report, ECLAC calls on the region’s countries to use FDI strategically to strengthen and develop capacities that would contribute to sustainable and inclusive development.
18 November 2022 | Press Release
Today the Eighth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean concluded in Montevideo.
16 November 2022 | Press Release
Today the Eighth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean was inaugurated in Montevideo.
1 April 2022 | Press Release
The Argentine economist will replace Mexican diplomat Alicia Bárcena, who concluded her mandate on March 31 after nearly 14 years at the helm of ECLAC.
15 December 2021 | Press Release
Today marked the conclusion of the Third Meeting of the Conference on Science, Innovation and Information and Communications Technologies, organized by ECLAC and the Argentine government.
7 December 2021 | Press Release
In its annual report “International Trade Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean,” ECLAC forecasts that exports will grow by 25% this year, after falling 10% in 2020.
5 August 2021 | Press Release
In a new report, ECLAC calls on the region’s countries to channel FDI flows – which are expected to hold steady in 2021 – towards activities that generate greater productivity, innovation and technology.
26 November 2020 | Press Release
Today the VII Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean, organized virtually by ECLAC and the Government of Ecuador, came to a close.
23 November 2020 | Press Release
The President of Ecuador, Lenín Moreno, and ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, led the inauguration of the VII Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean, which is being held through Thursday.
27 October 2020 | Press Release
At its 38th session, ECLAC unveiled its development proposal for Latin American and Caribbean countries.
26 August 2020 | Press Release
A new special report by the UN regional commission suggests a basic basket of Information and Communications Technologies for all households, at an annual cost of less than 1% of GDP.
10 October 2018 | Press Release
At a high-level seminar in Buenos Aires, authorities and experts debated the challenges of MSMEs in the face of disruptive technology and global uncertainty.
6 May 2018 | Press Release
In the framework of its 37th session to be held in Cuba, ECLAC will present a new institutional document with its development proposal for the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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.
6 March 2017 | Press Release
During a seminar held in Santiago, Chile, the United Nations regional body presented a project that seeks to improve national capabilities for measuring the digital economy in the region.
10 June 2015 | Press Release
Alicia Bárcena met with the head of European diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, and spoke at the academic and business meetings carried out in the framework of the second EU-CELAC summit, which concludes tomorrow in Belgium’s capital.
7 de May de 2014 | Press Release
El organismo presentó un documento con el que busca estimular una reflexión sobre el rol del comercio como un componente básico del crecimiento con igualdad.
28 May 2013 | Press Release
Latin America and the Caribbean faces the challenge of efficiently investing extraordinary revenue from the current price cycle with social and environmental sustainability.
1 August 2012 | Press Release
The agreement, signed at the ECLAC headquarters in Chile, seeks to promote a greater regional integration in terms of science, technology and innovation.
11 June 2010 | Press Release
The initiative seeks to strengthen the capabilities of Latin American and Caribbean nations to develop innovation projects.

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