30 de September de 2020 | Infographic
Mediante este conjunto de infografías la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) busca contribuir, a partir de su bagaje histórico, a la permanente renovación de la propuesta de desarrollo e integración para Centroamérica. Esta propuesta enfatiza la necesidad de un cambio estructural progresivo que puede impulsarse desde diversos frentes: el sector social, la energía, el cambio climático y sus retos, la infraestructura, la coordinación fiscal, el comercio, la integración productiva y la innovación. Se subraya la importancia de un gran impulso ambiental para la igualdad y la sostenibilidad, sustentado en políticas públicas coordinadas que desvinculen el desarrollo de externalidades ambientales y mejoren la calidad de vida de la población.
30 September 2020 | Infographic
The proposal for development and integration in Central America put forward by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) on the basis of its considerable prior experience, is set out and updated in these infographics. The proposal emphasizes the need for a progressive structural change driven across various fronts: the social sector, energy, climate change challenges, infrastructure, fiscal coordination, trade, productive integration and innovation. It focuses on the importance of an environmental big push for equality and sustainability, supported by coordinated public policies capable of decoupling development from environmental externalities and improving the quality of life of the population.
2 May 2018 | Infographic
In 2018, ECLAC will hold its 37th session in Cuba, in which representatives from its 46 member-States and 13 associate members will debate the main challenges for implementing the 2030 Agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean.
9 May 2017 | Infographic
A daunting challenge faced by financial institutions
in the Caribbean in recent years is the growing trend
being adopted by large global banks that serve as
correspondent banks to local financial institutions, to
severely limit or terminate their correspondent banking
relationships (CBRs) with these local or regional banks
(respondent banks). This practice is considered a form
of “de-risking”, whereby business relationships with
clients or categories of clients considered “high-risk”
are restricted or terminated. So far, financial institutions
in 12 Caribbean countries have had the CBRs of at least
one of their local banks terminated or “de-risked”.
22 December 2015 | Infographic
Fiscal policy can be a powerful instrument for income redistribution, which is key to inclusive development, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). We present here which countries in the region have made tax reforms and in what areas, in 2014 and the first half of 2015.
9 September 2015 | Infographic
This infographic is part of a series produced by ECLAC to assess the degree of compliance with the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) in Latin America and the Caribbean.
1 de June de 2015 | Infographic
Infografía sobre los objetivos y acciones de la Unidad de Desarrollo Económico
20 November 2014 | Infographic
Latin America and the Caribbean has plenty of natural resources, but historically the region has had diculties translating its wealth into long-term economic development processes.
7 March 2014 | Infographic
5 March 2014 | Infographic
It is a meeting that takes place every two years and is attended by the 44 Member States of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and 12 associate Members. During the meeting, the Organization presents a document which analyzes the development of the region and proposes actions to further progress in the economic and social elds.