They will address issues related to global problems and new entrants; the current monetary and financial system; growth, integration and development; international trade; the environment and energíay productive chains.
The thirteenth summit of Latin American and Caribbean Economists today in Panama discuss the future of the “Integration, Globalization and Development Problems.”
It is expected that some 1,200 economists and economics students from throughout the region, more experts from international financial organizations, are gathered for three days at a downtown hotel in Panama City to discuss the future, with the backdrop of restoring relations between Cuba and the United States.
The main topics to be discussed during the meeting, as organizers said, are related to global problems and new entrants; the current monetary and financial system; growth, integration and development; international trade; environment and energy; global supply chains and the impact of the crisis on poverty and inequality.
The event, established since 1999 in Havana (Cuba) comes first on the island to be held in Panama.
Among the confirmed speakers are the Minister of Economy and Finance of Panama, Dulcidio Guard; President of the Central Bank of Uruguay, Jorge Mattar; and the manager
International Finance Corporation of the World Bank, Robert Albisetti.
The National Association of Economists of Panama, the Association of Economists of Latin America and the Caribbean, with logistical support from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Panama, were challenged to prepare for the meeting.
Ernesto Chong de León, Ernesto Emilio Chong Coronado
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