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Entrevistas sobre el Futuro del Trabajo en Latinoamérica

05.24.2022 |
El 25 de marzo del 2022, CIPE grabó dos entrevistas para destacar dos temas que formaron parte de la conferencia del Futuro del Trabajo en Latinoamérica. Junto con Santiago Laserna del Centro de Estudios de la Realidad Económica y Social (CERES) y Laurence Pantin de Mexico Evalúa se discutieron ...

Optimize Procedures to Gain Competitiveness

04.13.2022
Originally published in Spanish (as seen and translated below) in Revista Enlace Portuario Edition No. 29, 2022. Page 48. Guatemala is working to facilitate international maritime trade. Arrival and departure clearance of vessels, at any port, implies the exchange of information and the execution of...

An Example from Colombia Highlights the Importance of Trade Facilitation

03.31.2022
For a long time, if you were a company that imports or exports to other countries and had questions about your goods, chances were that you would not receive an answer until your shipment reached the border. If that question was not simple but complex, it would typically take 3-4 months for you to ...

Democracy that Delivers #312: How to Help Women Level the Playing Field

03.08.2022 |
Erika Díaz Ulloa, a lawyer and a specialist in compliance matters, joins CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast for International Women’s Day 2022 to talk about the challenges women face in the marketplace. She tells CIPE co-hosts Barbara Langley and Staci Samuels why women-owned businesse...

CIPE in Mexico: Active Projects and What the Future Holds

02.08.2022
CIPE is paving the way for a stronger democracy in Mexico through innovative programming and private sector-oriented solutions. Mexico has been an important area for CIPE programming, both as the second-largest economy in Latin America, and a critical southern partner to the U.S. and Canada. CIPE be...
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