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  • Inclusion Financiera

    Financial Inclusion, Key to Latin America & the Caribbean's Recovery

    Financial inclusion is playing a fundamental role in Latin America & the Caribbean's economic response and will be essential for its economic recovery: such is one of the main conclusions of the Global Microscope 2020 report that will be presented on November 16.

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    No Data, No Technology: Removing Obstacles from MSMEs' Path to Growth

    The growing effort of multinational companies to improve the resilience of their supply chains in the current context has large corporations seeking to outsource from places closer to home, a phenomenon known as “nearshoring.” Before this becomes commonplace, there are obstacles that must be overcome.

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    From Arepa Seller to Restaurant Owner: How to Help Women Entrepreneurs Grow

    Female street vendors are the epitome of Latino micro-entrepreneurs, with a very clear business plan to someday set up their own stores or restaurants. During this crisis, the financial sector must take on an intermediary role by providing them with the financing they need to go digital.

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    Thematic Bonds Are Driving a Sustainable Economic Recovery

    It comes down to this: the only way to recover from the pandemic is through sustainable development.

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    The Winning Formula for Businesswomen: Financing + Training = Success

    The future of female entrepreneurship is key to the recovery of the region's economies. Women in business face many obstacles, not least of which is financing; however, when asked, a lack of training emerges as a recurring problem.

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    Sustainability, the vaccine for Latin America and the Caribbean economies

    A COVID-19 vaccine will keep people feeling healthy and safe, but we cannot forget to vaccinate our economies as well. Sustainability will be a key component to building back better in the region’s economic recovery.

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