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Contenido: Documentos de proyectos e investigaciones de la Oficina de CEPAL en Washington, desde su creación en 1950.

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  • Capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: 2021 year-in-review and first four months of 2022 

    (2022-06-08)
    Capital Flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: 2021 in review and the first four months of 2022 presents and analyses the developments concerning capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021and from January to April 2022. This report is published three times a year and provides an overview of new international bonds from Latin American ...
  • United States economic outlook: Third quarter of 2021 

    (2021-12-23)
    Economic growth in the United States slowed to 2.1% year-on-year in the third quarter of 2021, from 6.7% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2021. Consumer spending in the third quarter rose at its slowest pace since the recovery began, as durable goods spending fell sharply amid supply shortages and rising inflationary pressures. The labour ...
  • United States-Latin America and the Caribbean Trade Developments 2021 

    NU. CEPAL (2021-12-02)
    United States trade is showing a healthy recovery in 2021 in both imports and exports of goods and services, although some categories of services are still suffering the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Travel, transport, and tourism have not returned to pre-pandemic levels. In contrast, trade in goods has recovered in all major ...
  • Capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: first nine months of 2021 

    NU. CEPAL (2021-11-30)
    Against the backdrop of low global interest rates and borrowing costs, bond issuances in international markets by Latin American and Caribbean countries totalled US$ 124 billion in the first nine months of 2021, up 6% from the year-earlier period. Of this total, almost US$ 40 billion (31.5%) were issued to finance environmental, social and governance ...
  • United States economic outlook: First half of 2021 

    NU. CEPAL (2021-10-06)
    The United States rebounded rapidly and robustly from the COVID-19 pandemic recession in the first half of 2021, as federal stimulus spending helped the economy expand at an annualized rate of over 6%. However, the economic recovery remains uneven. The United States economic outlook: first half 2021 presents and analyses macroeconomic developments ...
  • Latin America and the Caribbean exports to the United States: Analysis of the competition with China and other regions at product level, 2002-2018 

    Artecona, Raquel | Perrotti, Daniel E. (2021-07-13)
    This research looks at Latin America and the Caribbean exports trajectory in the United States market in the almost two decades that followed China's accession to the WTO and compares it with that followed by China and other regions. The analysis exploits product-level United States imports data collected from the United States Census Bureau. The ...
  • Capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: First four months of 2021 

    NU. CEPAL (2021-06-16)
    Latin American and Caribbean debt issuers reached a historic milestone in the first quarter of 2021, with the highest quarterly issuance on record (US$ 52 billion) in international bond markets. Including April, regional bond issuance in international markets totalled US$ 65.5 billion in the first four months of 2021. In addition, green, social and ...
  • United States supply chains resiliency: The key role Latin America and the Caribbean could play 

    Artecona, Raquel | Jorge, María Fabiana (2021-05-13)
    This paper focuses on the impact on three industries to exemplify the disruption that took place in supply chains during the global pandemic; and the measures taken by the United States government to confront the disruption in the short run and protect the health and livelihood of its citizenry.
  • United States economic outlook: 2020 in review and early 2021 developments 

    NU. CEPAL (2021-05-04)
    The United States economy contracted by 3.5% in 2020 —the worst performance since the Second World War— but is currently expected to grow by an estimated 6.5% in 2021, the fastest pace in three decades. While there is optimism for the growth outlook this year and beyond, uncertainty and risks prevail. The United States economic outlook: 2020 in ...
  • Capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: 2020 year-in-review in times of COVID-19 

    NU. CEPAL. Oficina de Washington (2021-03-05)
    Capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean: 2020 year-in-review in times of COVID-19 presents and analyses the developments concerning capital flows to Latin America and the Caribbean in 2020. This report is published three times a year and provides an overview of bond issuances from Latin American and Caribbean issuers, including of green, ...

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