The shortage of housing impacts on a major number of people in the region. Only sharing experiences and knowledge will we be able to find sustainable long-term solutions. … [Read more...] about What Can We Learn From Today’s Housing Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean?
Lessons from ‘Groundhog Day’: Learning from the past enhances our ability to generate impact in the region and maximize value for clients. … [Read more...] about Drawing On The Past To Improve The Region’s Future
When Invema plant, the main plastic recycler in Honduras starts operating, a success formula resonates. It is one of the commercial companies that took advantage of the photovoltaic energy boom in the country. Its case demonstrates how the private sector’s investment in solar energy can facilitate greater economic and sustainable development for the country. Six years ago, … [Read more...] about Solar energy: The revolution spurring development in Honduras
Within weeks of the Brazil Investment Forum, the development of the economy of South America’s colossus presents numerous challenges and opportunities. A major one is how to continue providing incentives for private sector investment in infrastructure to bridge the country’s funding gap. Synergies among development entities open up new and interesting opportunities for this … [Read more...] about Brazil: Infrastructure Challenges and Opportunities
For the private sector, 2017 was a year marked by major changes and a call to prepare for the future. From the damages done by natural phenomena to the adoption of new technologies, several factors made this the year of adaptation, for both businesses and people. In this context, many Latin American and Caribbean countries began to explore new ways to grow, invest and even … [Read more...] about The issues that marked the private sector in 2017