According to IADB website, the TC aims (i) to generate indicators on macroeconomic variables to characterize liquidity and solvency problems and to closely monitor the macro-fiscal situation in the Pandemic; (ii) develop methodologies that allow quantifying the impact of the pandemic shock in the countries of the region and estimating both the fiscal cost during and in the post-pandemic (iii) promoting sectoral and global dialogue among countries for the development of regions policies that mitigate the negative effects of the pandemic and create the mechanisms to return to the path of fiscal consolidation.
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