Join this webinar to hear about Latin America's Economic Outlook 2021 and how LatAm companies could see the Asian market as a partner for growth and an opportunity for recovery.
The Covid-19 pandemic hit Latin American and Caribbean economies harder than most other regions of the world. ECLAC forecasts an average contraction of -7.7% for 2020 – the largest in 120 years – and a rebound of 3.7% in 2021.
The crisis has exposed the need for fiscal and monetary policies, along with industrial policies that support the growth of the small and medium business, plus a spending prioritization plan focused on projects that foster employment-intensive sectors, and on the implementation of digital tools that support growth.
While this is the worst economic crisis in the last 120 years for Latin America, there have been gains in the region's digital economy with the implementation and arrival of fresh investments. Furthermore, food and beverage companies have continued to expand their market to Asia, and are following the developments of the RCEP.
Join our speakers in this interesting presentation and participate in the Q&A session.