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Caribbean Area -- Economic conditions

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1945- (1)

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View Resource United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

Based in Santiago, Chile, The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America was founded in 1948 to promote economic and social development throughout Latin America and to collect, study, and disseminate economic research in the region. ECLAC's Website offers a wealth of information about the commission and its work and research. The main page features the newest publications, activities,...

https://www.cepal.org/en
View Resource Latin America Research Group

Part of the Macropolicy group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Latin America Research Group (LARG) monitors financial systems and provides general assessments of macroeconomic conditions in Latin America and the Caribbean. Recent staff papers and economic analyses are posted on-site in addition to speeches and presentations. A well-organized Internet resource page also offers links to...

https://www.frbatlanta.org/americascenter.aspx
View Resource Beyond the City: The Rural Contribution to Development

The situation of rural communities in Latin America and the Caribbean is in some cases quite dire, and this report from the World Bank offers some timely commentary on the economic opportunities in these areas of the world. Released in February 2005, this 352-page report prepared by a team of researchers led by Guillermo Perry evaluates the effect of the rural sector on national growth, poverty...

http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/COUNTRIES/LACEXT/0,...
View Resource BBC Caribbean

The BBC (or "Beeb" to those in the know) provides high-quality investigative news reports and thoughtful conversations on topics ranging from the Middle Ages to globalization. The BBC Caribbean Service ceased broadcasting in 2011, but users may utilize these archives for news articles about the Caribbean region until that time. This archived version of the BBC Caribbean site includes a Caribbean...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/caribbean/archive/index.shtml