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    Michael E. Conroy,Maria V Frenkel
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The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, known as ECLAC, UNECLAC or in Spanish and Portuguese CEPAL.

The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, known as ECLAC, UNECLAC or in Spanish and Portuguese CEPAL, is a United Nations regional commission to encourage economic cooperation. ECLAC includes 46 member States (20 in Latin America, 13 in the Caribbean and 13 from outside the region), and 13 associate members which are various non-independent territories, associated island countries and a commonwealth in the Caribbean.

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Latin America and the Caribbean: Key Issues and Actions in the 114th Congress. December that funded most foreign aid programs at the FY2016 level, minus an across-the-board reduction of almost . %, through April 28, 2017. Freedom House maintains that Venezuela deserves special scrutiny because of the resistance of the current government of President Nicolás Maduro to the opposition’s victory in December 2015 legislative elections. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Social Panorama of Latin America 2015, March 2016.

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Overall Deceleration Persists in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2019 and Low Growth is Expected for 2020

Overall Deceleration Persists in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2019 and Low Growth is Expected for 2020. ECLAC updated its growth projections for the countries of the region. ECLAC proposes strategic guidelines to increase the efficiency of Latin American and Caribbean economies, based on equality and sustainability and within the framework of the 2030 Agenda. Event 27-31 Jan 2020, Vitacura -, Chile. XIV Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Cases of corruption rarely seem to be out of the news in Latin America and the Caribbean. Just in the last few years alone, several high profile cases have sent shockwaves through the region. However, momentum has been building against corruption, giving hope that after decades of inaction things are changing. The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) - Latin America and the Caribbean reveals that more than half of all citizens in 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries think corruption is getting worse in their country and governments aren’t doing enough to tackle it.

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