United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, known as ECLAC, UNECLAC or in Spanish and Portuguese CEPAL, is a United Nations regional commission to encourage economic cooperation. ECLAC includes 46 member States (20 in Latin America, 13 in the Caribbean and 13 from outside the region), and 14 associate members which are various non-independent territories, associated island countries and a commonwealth in the Caribbean. ECLAC publishes statistics covering the countries of the region and makes cooperative agreements with nonprofit institutions. The headquarters of ECLAC is in Santiago, Chile. ECLAC was established in 1948 as the UN Economic Commission for Latin America, or UNECLA. In 1984, a resolution was passed to include the countries of the Caribbean in the name. It reports to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Provided by Wikipedia
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by CEPAL.
Published in Nueva sociedad
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by CEPAL
Published 1986
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by CEPAL.
Published 1986.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1989.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1965.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1968.
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by Cepal.
Published 1991.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1987.
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by Cepal.
Published 1972.
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by Cepal.
Published 1972.
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by Cepal.
Published 1991.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1991.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1992.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1992.
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by CEPAL.
Published 1970.
Sin ejemplares