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Equipo BID Invest

BID Invest busca ser el banco de soluciones del sector privado de América Latina y el Caribe. Apoyamos proyectos para avanzar con la energía limpia, modernizar la agricultura, fortalecer los sistemas de transporte, expandir el acceso al financiamiento. Proyectos que tienen un impacto significativo y contribuyen al desarrollo sostenible de la región. Al igual que el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), nuestro compromiso es con el crecimiento económico y la inclusión social, conceptos centrales de nuestra identidad como parte del Grupo BID. La diferencia es que nosotros nos concentramos en el sector privado.

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IDB World: Citizens Against Corruption, Green Hydrogen, Air Transport

We present three selected IDB Group blog entries, on citizen control in the fight against corruption in Peru, green hydrogen and the importance of air freight transport in Latin America and the Caribbean

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IDB World: Fiscal Strategy, the Costs of Crime & Exports

We present three selected IDB Group blog entries, on the need for a fiscal strategy for the region to emerge from the coronavirus crisis, the cost of crime in El Salvador and the importance of exports

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IDB World: Working from Home, Solar Panels in the Amazon, the Middle Class

Below are three entries selected from IDB Group blogs on the effects of working from home on pollution and climate change, solar energy in the Bolivian Amazon rainforest and the growing middle class in Latin America & the Caribbean.

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IDB World: Videogames, Transportation, Vaccine Watch

Below are three IDB's blog entries about video games and public transport in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as the vaccination pace in the region.

Six LatinFinance 2019 Awards Recognizing IDB Invest's Efforts
Six LatinFinance 2019 Awards Recognizing IDB Invest's Efforts

LatinFinance magazine has selected six IDB Invest projects among the year's best, lauding the organization’s commitment with the private sector in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Better PPPs: Are today’s PPP models more sustainable?
Better PPPs: Are today’s PPP models more sustainable?

There is a renewed interest for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in the water and sanitation (W&S) sector in the Latin American and Caribbean Region, proof being their increased number.