This March 17, the 61st annual meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank (BID) will take place, where economic and financial leaders will debate through a virtual meeting issues related to economic recovery and sustainable growth in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The assembly that will run until March 21 will take place in Barranquilla, Colombia, where BID Governors and the Bank’s highest authorities will highlight the work of the South American country as well as others in the region.
It is expected that at this 35th Annual Meeting of IDB Invest Governors, specialists in finance and economics, will evaluate the behavior of Latin American and Caribbean countries by doing a macroeconomic analysis on an annual scale and thus deepen the priorities and opportunities that countries of the region may possibly face.
During the virtual event, forums and seminars focused on the response and recovery of Covid-19 will be included, as well as integration and regional value chains, climate change and resilience, opportunities in the creative economy space, among other topics of interest.
It is important to mention that this opportunity allows the BID Group to highlight its role as a leader in the recovery and development of Latin America and the Caribbean.