Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 16, 2022
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According to the IADB website, the Digital transformation for IPAs has become almost mandatory in a very short time together with investment tools more suited to businesses realities, but few agencies are ready to respond to investors. At the same time, the pandemic has caused a serious decline in gender equality in the labor and investment markets, particularly in developing countries. The objective is, on one hand, to support IPAs to incorporate digitalization in their services, country value proposition, teams, and processes, and on another hand to identify the most suitable tools to stimulate FDI and what role FDI can play in reducing the gender gap.
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