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These are the Davos 2022 sessions, where private and public sector personalities from Latin America and the Caribbean are participating:
Staying on Course for Nature Action with a.o. Carlos Eduardo Correa Escaf, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia
Rethinking and Revitalizing Travel and Tourism with a.o. Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona, President of the Dominican Republic
Deciphering Latin America’s Future with a.o. Moisés Naïm, Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Returning Nature to Cities a.o. Iván Duque, President of Colombia
Securing Systemically Important Critical Infrastructure with a.o. Felipe Bayón, CEO, Ecopetrol SA (Colombia)
Climate Transition in Emergin Economies with a.o. Patricia Espinosa Cantellano, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
Strategic Outlook: Resposible Consumption with a.o. Gilberto Tomazoni, Global CEO, JBS SA (Brazil)
Absorbing the Commodity Shock with a.o. Oscar Miguel Graham Yamahuchi, Minister of Economy and Finance of Peru
Latin America Presidential Panel Securing the Promise of Latin America’s Future with Iván Duque, President of Colombia; Rodrigo Chaves Robles, President of Costa Rica; Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona, President of the Dominican Republic; Dina Ercilia Boluarte, Vice-President and Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru
Building Future-Ready Local Economies with a.o. Gustavo Montezano, CEO, Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Unlocking the Potential of Blue Carbon with a.o. Carlos Eduardo Correa Escaf, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development of Colombia
Towards a Global Treaty on Plastic Pollution with a.o. Gustavo Manrique Miranda, Minister of the Environment, Water and Ecological Transition of Ecuador
The Economic Case for Education with a.o. Dina Ercilia Boluarte, Vice-President and Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru
A New Pathways for the Amazon Basin with a.o. Ivan Duque, President of Colombia; Dina Ercilia Boluarte, Vice-President and Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru; Gustavo Montezano, CEO, Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES); Mario Mesquita, Chief Economist, Itaú Unibanco SA
Changing the Game for Circular Innovation with a.o. Gonzalo Muñoz, Conference of the Parties (COP) Champion for Chile (Moderator)
The Outlook for Global Debt with a.o. Paulo Guedes, Minister of Economy of Brazil
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Vice-President Linda Walker von Graffenried and Managing Director Tatjana Gaspar attended S-GE’s Forum for the Swiss export community at the KKL congress hall in Lucerne. The successful event entitled “Master complexity, take off internationally” was hosted by CEO Simone Wyss-Fedele and her Deputy Thomas Först.
After two years of mostly virtual communication, we enjoyed networking and meeting with our partners from the S-GE headquarters and from the Swiss Business Hubs in Mexico, Brazil and Chile.
A keynote address by Federal Councilor Guy Parmelin was one of the highlights of this well-attended event. Chairwoman of the S-GE Board and former Federal Councilor Ruth Metzler-Arnold presented the Swiss Export Award. (For more details, please consult the S-GE website)
Upon invitation by H.E. Alberto Castro Joo, Ambassador of Peru in Switzerland, Tatjana Gaspar, Managing Director of LATCAM, took part in a hybrid session for the private sector at the IV. Meeting on Economic Issues between Peru and Switzerland in Lima, where she presented LATCAM’s offering and services. The meeting was organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru and took place in the presence of Minister Hervé Lohr (SECO). Other speakers included a.o. representatives of major Peruvian food and export associations.
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Costa Rica will host the fifth Meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin American and Caribbean on Sustainable Development, taking place in San José.
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Vice-President Linda Walker von Graffenried and Managing Director Tatjana Gaspar had the honor to meet with H.E. Ambassador Luis A. Castro Joo of Peru and Minister Luz Caballero at the LATCAM premises in Zurich. We discussed the current political situation in Peru and projects currently in preparation on both sides. LATCAM wishes the Ambassador a successful tenure and looks forward to future opportunities for collaboration.