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    The Hurdles of Minority Shareholders Looking into Exits in LAC – Be Mindful!

    One of the most appealing features of entrepreneurship is the chance to build up businesses with partners. That’s why legal difficulties for minority partners to exit private investments represent a key hurdle hurting the region’s private equity business scene, particularly for individual investors, including high net worth individuals.

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    TechFins, MSMEs and ecommerce are reshaping the economic development of the LAC region

    First it was the FinTechs. Now, TechFins and their expansion through MSMEs lead a new digital economy in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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    Five considerations for understanding the importance of the manufacturing sector

    I landed on Monday, September 3rd, 2018, at the Port-au-Prince international airport in Haiti, completing a milestone that had begun on June 16th, 2004, in my native Costa Rica: visiting each of the 26 borrowing member countries of the IDB Group, promoting the development of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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    Can your trip to the beach help reduce poverty?

    As summer comes to an end in the Northern Hemisphere, many of us have been asking and answering the same question: how was your vacation? Our responses typically include anecdotes about the food, people, and places we encountered along the way. Perhaps we could also be asking ourselves how our vacation impacted those people and places.

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    Pushing boundaries with blended finance in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Every transition, every turning point, moves through critical junctures wherein a slight push determines the success or failure of a transformative proposal. Crossing the frontiers or staying in the same place. This applies to everything, from people to new business models or innovative financial solutions.

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    What is a B-bond?

    With a nearly $200 billion a year financing gap, it is virtually impossible for the development banks in Latin America and the Caribbean to close it alone. However, there is good news.

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