El Caribe: El Sector Privado Y El Reto De Aumentar La Productividad Y El Crecimiento – Parte II

Este artículo fue escrito por Adriana Valencia, Maria Cecilia Acevedo, Fernando Pavon, y Veronica Prado y originalmente publicado por Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo en 30 augusto 2019. Se reproduce aquí bajo CC-IGO 3.0 BY-NC-ND. Cuando observamos el Caribe, comprobamos que los trabajadores de esta región requerirán tanto de habilidades blandas como de mayor nivel, sea cognitivas como … Continue reading El Caribe: El Sector Privado Y El Reto De Aumentar La Productividad Y El Crecimiento – Parte II

Currency Report: September 6, 2019

Argentina The Central Bank of Argentina reimposed currency restrictions on September 1. This was a reverse from four years ago after President Mauricio Macri took office and reversed the unpopular monetary policy of his left-wing predecessor. As professors Stephen Nelson of Northwestern University and David Steinberg of Johns Hopkins University explain in the Washington Post, … Continue reading Currency Report: September 6, 2019

Chile Cuts Rate Another 50 BPS, More Cuts May Be Needed

This article was originally published on CentralBankNews.info on September 4, 2019. It is reproduced here with permission from the author. Chile's central bank lowered its monetary policy rate by another 50 basis points to 2.0 percent and said further monetary stimulus might be required to boost inflation amid disappointing domestic activity and the escalating trade conflict between … Continue reading Chile Cuts Rate Another 50 BPS, More Cuts May Be Needed

Mexico Cuts Rate 1st time in 62 months on growth risks

This article was originally published on CentralBankNews.info on August 15, 2019. It is reproduced here with permission from the author. Mexico's central bank lowered its policy rate for the first time in 62 months, saying inflation has decreased as it expected but the economy continues to stagnate and uncertainty about the relationship with the United States continues … Continue reading Mexico Cuts Rate 1st time in 62 months on growth risks

Jamaica Busca Ser Líder En Acción Climática En El Caribe

Este artículo fue escrito por Adriana Grooscors y originalmente publicado por LatinClima en julio 24, 2019. Se reproduce aquí bajo creative commons. Para el turismo, el cambio climático ya no representa un evento futuro debido a que está alterando las decisiones de los turistas de hoy. El mundo vio el impacto inmediato del cambio climático más recientemente … Continue reading Jamaica Busca Ser Líder En Acción Climática En El Caribe