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29 August 2018 | Press Release
The organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, presented the document “The Inefficiency of Inequality” during a keynote speech made at UNAM, in Mexico City.
23 August 2018 | Press Release
ECLAC released today its Economic Survey 2018, in which it offers a profound analysis of the evolution of investment in the region.
5 July 2018 | Press Release
In a new annual report, ECLAC calls on governments to incentivize quality investment that is compatible with sustainable development.
29 March 2017 | Press Release
The Executive Secretary of the United Nations regional organization, Alicia Bárcena, spoke today at the XVI Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Tuxtla Dialogue and Agreement Mechanism, held in San Jose, Costa Rica.
26 October 2016 | Press Release
In the framework of the Meeting of Foreign Ministers of CELAC and the European Union, which was held in Santo Domingo, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary called for harnessing complementarities among the two regions with a view to complying with the 2030 Agenda.
21 October 2016 | Press Release
ECLAC and the EU-LAC Foundation will present a new document during the next Meeting of Foreign Ministers of CELAC and the European Union, which will take place in Santo Domingo on October 24-26.
13 October 2016 | Press Release
Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the United Nations body, opened the first high-level meeting of the OECD Regional Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean.
30 August 2016 | Press Release
INFRALATAM presents figures from 15 of the region’s countries for the 2008-2013 period.
26 July 2016 | Press Release
The UN organization presented today its 2016 annual economic report, in which it forecasts that the region will contract -0.8% this year.
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.
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.