• Pacific Alliance: An Economic Partnership will help India

    Special Report

    An economic partnership with the Pacific Alliance (Alianza del Pacifico) – a grouping of Mexico, Peru, Chile, and Colombia will benefit both India and the alliance. The Pacific Alliance countries are keen to explore engagement with groupings like ASEAN, with the aim of deepening cooperation which will help in facilitating trade and investments flows between the respective regions. […]

  • Areas of Cooperation between Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and India

    Special Report

    The small states of the Caribbean, given their size and location have a very unique set of problems compared to the rest of the Latin American countries—be it economic, environmental or energy related. Their limited domestic market makes these economies reliant on export revenues and their openness to trade makes them vulnerable to fluctuations of the international markets. […]

  • ALBA and India

    Special Report

    Alliance for the Peoples of our America – Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP) is an inter-governmental organization. A ‘third generation’ regional integration scheme, ALBA-TCP goes beyond the goals of industrialisation or trade liberalisation; instead, it is a political project of social transformation, political unity, economic development, physical and digital connectivity, and a common defence – all in defence of the unity, freedom and identity of Latin America and its peoples. […]

  • India-SICA Trade Cooperation

    Special Report

    The Central American Integration System (SICA), a small group of countries of Central America was instituted in 1991 with the purpose to revive the formal structure for regional integration in Central America. Comprising of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama as full members and the Dominican Republic as the Associate Member, the physical and demographical extent of member states comprise a very small percentage of the world parameters. […]

  • Tourism Trends in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2019

    Special Report

    Demand for Latin America is on the rise, standing out more and more as a tourist destination. The region has an estimated growth of 2.1% in 2019, although with quite a heterogeneity between countries (BBVA Research, Unit of South America, 2018), having received 217 million tourists in 2018, with interannual tourism growth of 3% (UNWTO, 2019). […]

  • BRICS: Agenda and Expectation Looking In - Looking Out

    Special Report

    Global order, throughout history, has been dominated by the rich and powerful countries. However, it was a bit of anomaly when BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) was established in 2009, as it was for the first time in last 200 years that an institution had been created at the global level without any participation from the Western countries. […]

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