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Sunday, July 29, 2007 

ECLAC: Economic Survey of Latin-America and the Caribbean, 2006-2007
This is the latest edition by ECLAC that covers the state of economic progress and transitions to sustainable growth for Latin-American and Caribbean countries between 2006-2007.

Readers will be glad comprehensive data sets that highlight the dynamics that moved the process of growth in the region, and how economic, technological and statistical measures were put to the test in order to document and evaluate changes in economic growth and their impacts on living conditions and well-being.
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The studies making up this new section will deal with a significant issue relevant to the region's economic development and will provide analyses extending beyond the scope of an examination of current trends. It is hoped that this new addition will contribute to "the long and difficult task of preparing a complete and fully documented study of economic conditions"

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