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Active with Latin America and the Caribbean

Active with Latin America and the Caribbean

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The OECD is working closely with the governments in the region building on our proven expertise of promoting better
policies for better lives. While recognising country specific circumstances, we offer policy strategies to improve economic
growth, boost productivity through human capital and innovation, and increase people’s well-being through better education
and social policies.
The OECD is working closely with the governments in the region building on our proven expertise of promoting better
policies for better lives. While recognising country specific circumstances, we offer policy strategies to improve economic
growth, boost productivity through human capital and innovation, and increase people’s well-being through better education
and social policies.

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Published by: OECD Global Relations on Nov 18, 2013
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LATIN AMERICAAND THE CARIBBEAN
Better Policies for Better Lives
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A MUTUALLY-ENRICHING PARTNERSHIP
Angel Gurría,
OECD Secretary General
 
www.oecd.org/latinamerica
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Latin America and the Caribbean weathered past financial and economic crises. Given the important macroeconomic policy reforms it has carried out in recent years, the region is also proving more resilient than others to the current slowdown in global economic activity. In spite of its success in creating stability, fostering dynamism and promoting social development, Latin America still faces important challenges to reduce poverty and inequality and advance a stronger, more inclusive growth. The OECD is working closely with the governments in the region building on our proven expertise of promoting better policies for better lives. While recognising country specific circumstances, we offer policy strategies to improve economic growth, boost productivity through human capital and innovation, and increase people’s wellbeing through better education and social policies.We are also enriching our knowledge and advice with Latin American experiences. In particular, the successful cash transfer programmes, combining income support to poor families with better access to basic public services, are proving effective and offer valuable lessons for other governments throughout the world. Working with Latin America and the Caribbean by sharing policy experiences and setting new international standards is an important part of the OECD mission. We look forward to continue strengthening this collaboration.Angel Gurría

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