A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the creation of a space agency in Costa Rica as part of new technological innovations.
How can innovation and technology be deployed in Colombia in education, health, financial services and other areas affected by the health and economic crises?
How has technology been used most effectively to combat corruption, and what are the most promising ways that it can be employed in the fight against graft in the future?
Why does Brazil’s high-tech industry contribute less to GDP now than it did in the 1980s?
On December 13, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted an event for corporate program members called “The Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean Next Year.”
The Inter-American Dialogue hosted a panel to discuss the opportunities and challenges of developing smart cities in Latin America.
Enabling tools that motivate remittance recipients to access and use a variety of financial services needed to increase assets is key to wealth generation.
In what ways did the conference meet expectations and where did it fall short?
Despite an increased presence in the global market, Brazil’s new economic policy shows sign of protectionism and defense of traditional industries.
Throughout Latin America, a digital divide has emerged.
The US State Department is fostering new methods of engaging directly with Latin American citizens.