The World Economic Forum on Latin America brings together leaders from all sectors, as well as academic thought leaders and millennials, to explore how a new prosperity agenda can be actively shaped. The World Economic Forum on Latin America will take place on 16-17 June at Medellin, Colombia. Latin America has enjoyed almost a decade of continual and more inclusive growth. Driven by economic diversification and innovation, built on stable and trusted public institutions and policies, Latin America can build on its strengths and resources.
Public-private collaboration will play a crucial role in mobilising those strengths and making big strides in areas such as infrastructure investment, productivity growth and human capital. Addressing these challenges will allow the region to be a proactive agent in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The meeting agenda will integrate the following key issues: navigating regional and global priorities, strengthening regional resilience, and leading for a prosperous future.
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