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Mexico to Host Latin America World Economic Forum

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With a projected growth for 2012 of 3.5%, Mexico has exceptional potential. That’s why topics like resilience and financial development, food security, the volatility of commodity prices, and a sustainable economy will be at the top of the agenda at the World Economic Forum in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

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Puerto Vallarta: The Next Season of the World Economic Forum

Latin America is characterized by its stability, by agriculture, in social innovation and achievement in the development of renewable energy. Which are all new models to cope with in future developments and in world affairs. These are also issues arising in the country that will host the next meeting of the WEF in Latin America.

With a projected growth for 2012 of 3.5% and a population of 110 million people -50% of those under 27 years old-Mexico has exceptional potential, due to its impressive levels of investment. In 2012, the country held its presidential elections (July 1) and chair of the G-20. That’s why topics like resilience and financial development, food security, the volatility of commodity prices and a sustainable economy will be at the top of his agenda.

In Brazil, the Rio +20 Summit will address the global sustainable development, and in Colombia the Sixth Summit of the Americas will focus on connectivity and regional cooperation as a means to overcome the challenges of the hemisphere. In this context, the World Economic Forum on Latin America and the annual meeting of the Young Global Leaders (16 to April 18) will address the role of the region and its contribution to global economic governance.

With the full support of the government of Mexico and Key Strategic Partners Forum, the meeting will address key decision makers from government, industry, civil society and academia. Under the theme “Regional Transformation in a New Global Context”, the leaders will shape a strategic vision for growth in the region, increasing the overall understanding of its potential and the ability to align stakeholders around this vision.

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