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31 August 2021 | Press Release
ECLAC’s new annual report warns that the crisis has worsened the region’s structural problems, forecasts a deceleration for next year, and affirms that in order to sustain inclusive, dynamic and sustainable growth, more investment and employment are needed.
10 November 2020 | Press Release
In a new joint publication, these two United Nations organizations stress that to emerge from the crisis, active macro policies are needed along with sectoral policies that would promote sustainable development with employment.
18 June 2020 | Press Release
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, presented a new book today that exhaustively reviews the effects of climate change in the region and the policies addressing it.
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.
20 April 2018 | Press Release
The second meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development came to a close in Santiago, Chile with the renewed commitment by nations to advance toward meeting the Agenda’s goals.
4 March 2018 | Press Release
Delegates from the countries attending the ninth meeting of the Negotiating Committee on Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration approved the final text in Costa Rica.
29 July 2015 | Press Release
Vitalizing investment is key to boosting growth and productivity in the region, ECLAC indicates in a new report.
28 de July de 2014 | Press Release
Organismo de las Naciones Unidas lanzará su Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe 2014.
9 de December de 2013 | Press Release
Documento será dado a conocer en conferencia de prensa el miércoles 11 de diciembre en Santiago, Chile.
5 de December de 2013 | Press Release
Con datos proyectados al 2013, la pobreza estaría afectando a unos 164 millones de personas en la región, igual número que en 2012, consigna el estudio que aborda el fenómeno también desde una perspectiva multidimensional.