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    Why We Must Invest in Women, More than Ever

    'Bells' for gender equality are ringing in stock markets in Latin America and the Caribbean, as a powerful sign that a sustainable and inclusive economic recovery will depend largely on how much more we invest in women.

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    More Female Role Models & Fewer Matildas

    Matilda J. Gage was a women’s rights activist from the US. The campaign named after her, #NoMoreMatildas, seeks to give visibility to those female scientists that history pushed into the background, looking to encourage women to take on science-related studies.

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    When It Comes to the Climate, 10 Years Is Nothing

    The European Union, with its Green Deal underway, has pledged to reduce its emissions of polluting gases by 55% in 2030 to achieve a zero emissions goal in 2050.

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    How the Way Was Paved for Sustainable Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Latin America and the Caribbean is experiencing an expansion in sustainable investment, greater interest by investors, a wider range of products, and a public sector that is encouraging this investment.

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    Ten Good Things That 2020 Left Behind

    Let's have a look at ten good, non-transient things from this year that are here to stay.

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  • Financing trade to accelerate the economic recovery of Latin America

    Accelerating the Region’s Recovery through Trade Finance

    About 90% of global trade depends on some type of financing, mainly in the short-term. Today more than ever, companies in Latin America and the Caribbean need to finance their trade operations to be more resilient and sustainable in the long-term.

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