Davos 2022

Davos 2022: Latin America's path to a resilient economic recovery

The Davos 2022 Latin America Presidential Panel session brought together political leaders from the region who emphasized that economic reactivation has involved measures to stimulate job creation, social well-being, and a green agenda. Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

Laura Beltran

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Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona, President of the Dominican Republic, at Davos 2022.

Ivan Duque, President of Colombia, at Davos 2022.
Rodrigo Chaves Robles, President of Costa Rica, at Davos 2022.

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