Policy Recommendations and Public-Private Partnership Proposals

The Americas Business Dialogue presented its report “From Dialogue to Action: Policy Recommendations and Public-Private Partnership Proposals” at the II CEO Summit of the Americas. The report was discussed at the closing panel of the Summit, which was moderated by the President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, and had the participation of the President of the Republic of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela; the President of the Federative Republic of Brazil; Dilma Rousseff; the President of the United States of America, Barack Obama; and the President of the United Mexican States, Enrique Peña Nieto.

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About the Americas Business Dialogue


The Americas Business Dialogue is a private sector driven initiative facilitated by the Inter-American Development Bank aimed at fostering a high level public-private policy dialogue among the business and government leaders on the priorities, challenges, and opportunities for the economic and social development of the region.


Americas Business Dialogue emerged as an outcome of the first edition of the CEO Summit of the Americas, held back-to-back to the VI Summit of the Americas (Cartagena de Indias, April 2012), which provided a unique forum for an open high-level public-private… Read more


To contribute to the development of the region, Americas Business Dialogue works towards the following goals: To serve as an open platform of exchanges between national and regional business communities that builds consensus and finds common ground on critical… Read more

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Currently, more than 60 business associations from 30 countries of the region have contributed to the process of the Americas Business Dialogue and high level executives from more than 65 lead companies have participated in its meetings…Read more

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Newsletter – May 2017
Newsletter – May 2017

The Americas Business Dialogue’s Newsletter has the objective of contributing to the dissemination of its initiatives, and keeping the network of companies and private sector associations updated and involved in its progress. Also, the ABD’s newsletter aims at sharing important information about the various activities and events of the ABD’s partners, companies, and business associations.


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