Daily News April 11, 2016

EXCLUSIVE Twenty million youths to incorporate into region’s economies: A challenge for all governments The number is well-known, but that doesn’t make it less dramatic. One out of every five Latin American young people between the ages of 15 and 24 years are now in their productive years, and neither studies nor works. They are the “NEET” (“Not in Education, Employment, or Training”). In absolute numbers, 20 million people who should be contributing to the economies of their countries and of Latin America and forging a future, are not. This article, featuring an exclusive interview with World Bank senior economist Rafael de Hoyos, takes a deeper look at the issue. Latin Trade reports. Keiko Fujimori wins first round of Peruvian […]

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