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The Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) begins its annual conference this Wednesday in Washington. There will be three days of virtual debates, with a call that calls to think about the political, economic and political challenges facing Latin America.

Until Friday, in meetings of up to four hours, participants will be able to hear, among others, the Nobel Prize in Economics Joseph E. Stiglitz; Carmen Reinhart, Vice President and Chief Economist, World Bank Group; Luis Carranza, executive president of CAF; Rebeca Grynspan, Ibero-American Secretary General; Luis Lacalle Pou, President of Uruguay, and Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of ECLAC.

Organized since 1997 together with the Inter-American Dialogue and the Organization of American States, CAF's Annual Conference is one of the main hemispheric meetings that allow the debate and analysis of major trends in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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