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Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean 2022: Trends and challenges of investing for a sustainable and inclusive recovery

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Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean 2022: Trends and challenges of investing for a sustainable and inclusive recovery

Corporate author: NU. CEPAL Physical Description: 251 p. Editorial: ECLAC Date: August 2022 ECLAC symbol: LC/PUB.2022/9-P ISBN: 9789211220889

Description

The 2022 edition of the Economic Survey of Latin America and the Caribbean consists of three parts. Part I outlines the region’s economic performance in 2021 and analyses trends in the early months of 2022, as well as the outlook for growth for the year. It examines the external and domestic factors that have influenced the region’s economic performance in 2021, trends for 2022, and how these factors will affect economic growth in the coming years.
Part II of this edition presents some of the main challenges the region faces in investing for sustainable and inclusive economic growth. It analyses the trends in total investment over the last 70 years and highlights the profound change brought about by the 1980s debt crisis, with a slowdown in investment from the 1990s onwards.
Part III of this publication may be accessed on the website of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (www.eclac.org). It contains the notes relating to the economic performance of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021 and the first half of 2022, together with their respective statistical annexes. The cut-off date for updating the statistical information in this publication was 15 July 2022.

Table of contents

Presentation .-- Executive summary .-- Part I. Regional macroeconomic report and outlook for 2022 .-- Chapter I. Regional overview .-- Part II. Trends and challenges of investing for a sustainable and inclusive recovery. Chapter II. Greater investment needed to drive sustainable and inclusive development in the Latin American
and Caribbean economies. Chapter III. Public investment to boost growth. Chapter IV. Energy transition and investment challenges in the copper, iron and lithium industries in countries of the region .-- Statistical annex.