The former President of Finland gave a keynote speech at ECLAC headquarters in Santiago, Chile, where she was received by the Executive Secretary of the UN regional organization, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
The former President of Finland will give a keynote lecture on Tuesday, September 12 at the UN regional organization’s central headquarters, where she will be received by the Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
In a new flagship annual report, ECLAC indicates that the region’s countries will continue to face an economic scenario of low growth. It is expected that regional Gross Domestic Product will grow 1.5% in 2024, slightly below the 1.7% estimated for the current year.
Sub-Regional Director for the Caribbean of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Diane Quarless says Caribbean SIDS (Small Island Developing States) must stop working in silos to tackle development challenges and unlock the full potential of the region.
Director Quarless was speaking in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines at a meeting of Caribbean SIDS, where representatives from 16 countries are assessing progress on sustainable development and planning for the Fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States in 2024.
Esta infogrfía analiza las brechas económicas en Haití, para identificar las brechas estructurales dentro de la economía haitiana (brechas verticales) y respecto a países de la subregión (Centroamérica y Caribe) y fuera de ella (brechas horizontales). La investigación se realizó en dos etapas: en un primer
momento se construyó una Matriz de Insumo Producto (MIP) para Haití, y en una segunda etapa, se elaboró una MIP regional que incorpora la economía de Haití.
El trabajo se centra en un análisis de brechas de sostenibilidad en los polos turísticos Puerto Plata y Ciudad Colonial de la República Dominicana, con un fundamento base que considera al turismo como sector económico con gran potencial para contribuir al desarrollo de un territorio, siempre y cuando se fundamente en la sostenibilidad.
In a new report, ECLAC calls on countries to improve their policy design to take advantage of the contribution that FDI can make to the energy transition and to the region’s sustainable productive development.
Authorities and specialists inaugurated an international seminar entitled “Inequality Gaps in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean,” which is taking place through Wednesday, June 21 in San José, Costa Rica.
The United Nations regional economic commission’s Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, made an official, three-day visit to the South American country, where he met with high-level authorities and participated in a seminar on Financing for the Big Push for Sustainability.
At the start of his official visit to Brazil, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, participated in the inauguration of a seminar on “Financing for the Big Push for Sustainability,” which was held in Rio de Janeiro.