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El Peten in Guatemala, one of the countres that could benefit from the new IDB blue bond for Latin America and the Caribbean

First Blue Bond in Latin America Promotes Sustainable Biz

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has announced the issuance of the first blue bond for Latin America and the Caribbean — a $37 million fixed rate bond that will help fund projects to extend access to clean water in the region. The announcement was made during the ongoing United Nations’ COP26 climate summit, where IDB …

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World Bank’s Latin America Growth Forecast Jumps

The World Bank’s forecast for growth in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021 has jumped by more than one-fifth compared to predictions made just four months ago. The revised Latin America growth forecast is the latest indication of the region’s positive economic outlook following the turmoil of the global pandemic. According to “Recovering Growth” …

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Paraguay is one of the best countries to invest in Latin America

Paraguay ‘One of Best Countries to Invest in Latin America’

Paraguay is one of the best countries to invest in Latin America in terms of the ease of launching a business and the growing opportunities available in the country, according to Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) President Mauricio Claver-Carone. “If I were a foreign company, one of my first destinations would be Paraguay, due to the …

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Survey: 40% of Companies Report Pandemic Growth

In July and August, Biz Latin Hub polled business leaders operating in Latin America to find out what ‘business as usual’ would look like after the pandemic. Among those who responded, over 40% said that they had actually grown during the crisis. Respondents included founders, CEOs, partners, managing directors, and senior managers, among others, representing …

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