There is a gap between the skills that the Latin American workforce offers and the skills that companies in the region demand.
Despite an increased presence in the global market, Brazil’s new economic policy shows sign of protectionism and defense of traditional industries.
On April 18, the Inter-American Dialogue in partnership with the OECD Development Centre, CAF—Development Bank of Latin America, the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the European Commission, and the Inter-American Development Bank, held an open discussion on how building transparent and effective institutions in Latin America can lead to economic growth and development in the region.
How has the region’s middle class changed in recent years, and could new approaches help create a larger pool of upwardly mobile consumers?
On April 26, 2019, the Inter-American Dialogue and CAF – Development Bank of Latin America hosted “Institutions for Productivity: Towards a Better Business Environment in Latin America” to present and discuss the underlying challenges and policy recommendations found in CAF’s flagship report.