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Why Is Latin America and the Caribbean the World’s Costliest Region for a Healthy Diet?

Latin America and the Caribbean is the region where a healthy diet is most expensive, at $3.89 per person per day in 2020, followed by Asia, according to the World Bank and Tufts University

How Do Latin American Countries Compare for Labor Laws Fostering Gender Equality?

Peru is the region’s country with the best labor laws in favor of women’s economic opportunities, according to a World Bank report

World Bank to Warn of Sharp Global Recession Risk in Economic Outlook

The warning is contained in an abstract for the bi-annual “Global Economic Prospects” report due for release on Tuesday

Brazil to be the first country to receive sustainable financing from the World Bank

The entity's board of directors approved a US$400 million financing facility with Banco do Brasil SA for long-term sustainable loans


World Bank Plans Insurance Help for Farmers in Central America’s Northern Triangle

Guyana Poised to Post World’s Highest GDP Growth

A $4-Trillion Gap Haunts Global Finance Leaders on Eve of Washington Meeting

Number of Latin Americans Living in Poverty Expected to Surpass One-Third of Total

Financial Inclusion Advances in Latin America Due to Pandemic


The Global Economy Is Facing Danger Again, says World Bank President

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