The event will be chaired by ECLAC Executive Secretary José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
The Study was first published in 1948, the same year the entity was founded, so it is ECLAC’s oldest publication.
Issue No. 75 summarizes the regional behavior, the expected evolution for this year and, extraordinarily, the first projections of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for each of the countries in 2024.
According to the ECLAC website, the second part of the study analyzes the region’s macroeconomic situation and the role of investment in growth and the fight against the effects of climate change.