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Saboto Caesar

Saint Vincent agriculture minister looks to natural growth

Saboto Caesar, the minister of agriculture, forestry, fisheries and rural transformation for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, tells Courtney Fingar how the country is turning its abundant natural resources into a national growth strategy.

Brian Gallant

New Brunswick premier shows why smaller means faster

Brian Gallant, the premier of New Brunswick in Canada, has learned first-hand that his relatively small province can react faster to industry trends than its larger, more populous neighbours. He speaks to Natasha Turak.

Audley Shaw

Jamaican minister of finance not blown off course

Jamaica’s finance minister, Audley Shaw, talks to Natasha Turak about keeping tourist numbers high and how investment in clean energy is part of the long-term fight against extreme weather events.

Lea Gimenez

Paraguay's finance minister enjoys diversity dividend

Lea Gimenez, Paraguay’s finance minister, talks to Natasha Turak about how the country has escaped the economic woes of its Latin American neighbours through a combination of economic diversity and improved transparency.

Camillo Gonsalves

Saint Vincent and Grenadines carves its own niche in the Caribbean

Camillo Gonsalves, minister of economic planning, sustainable development, information, industry and labour for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, tells Courtney Fingar about the challenges faced by a multi-island economy and new measures to encourage investment in the Caribbean country.

Costa Rica tourism

Americas tourism ministers reveal sustainability plans

Jason Mitchell talks to the tourism chiefs of Jamaica, Argentina and Costa Rica on their plans to preserve, boost and expand their respective sectors.

Ecuador oil

Moreno pushes Ecuador's private agenda

Ecuador’s president, Lenín Moreno, is turning the page on his predecessor, and championing private sector investment. But with both Congress and his party divided, he needs to win 2018’s referendum before he can push ahead with reforms. Jacopo Dettoni reports. 

Lima

Does commodity rebound mean recovery for Peru?

After a troubled first half of 2017, Peru is showing signs of renewed economic activity. Rebounding commodity prices are shoring up the economy, giving its president breathing space to deliver long-due reforms. Jacopo Dettoni reports. 

Alberto Necco

Peru overhauls IPA to bring in investment

Reforms at Peru’s national investment promotion agency, ProInversión, are designed to make project development more efficient than in the past. Measures such as appointing high-quality consultants are already in place, as executive director Alberto Ñecco tells fDi magazine. 

Peru gas

Peru looks to PPPs to solve infrastructure woes

Peru has to close a $160bn infrastructure deficit. National investment promotion agency ProInversión, which is tasked with turning this shortage into an opportunity for investors, has high ambitions for developing its portfolio of projects in 2018, reports Jacopo Dettoni. 

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