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Private Sector and Development in LAC !  Private sector is key for sustaining growth and reducing inequality –  90% of jobs are created by the private sector

!  Challenges –  Insufficient savings and investment ( rate of investment <23% of GDP in past 20 years) –  Stagnant productivity (50% less than US on average) –  High informality (41% in the region) –  Limited access to finance (unmet demand for credit of MSMEs US$ 35 b) –  Large infrastructure gap (private sector could invest up to US$ 34 b yearly) –  Low investment in technology, innovation and lack of skilled workers (In the last 30 years Korean investment in R&D five-fold the levels in LAC) –  Higher vulnerability to natural disasters (5.4 natural disaster events per country in 1970; 15.6 in 2000)

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Private Sector and Development in LAC !  Private sector is key for sustaining growth and reducing inequality –  90% of jobs are created by the private sector

!  Challenges –  Insufficient savings and investment ( rate of investment <23% of GDP in past 20 years) –  Stagnant productivity (50% less than US on average) –  High informality (41% in the region) –  Limited access to finance (unmet demand for credit of MSMEs US$ 35 b) –  Large infrastructure gap (private sector could invest up to US$ 34 b yearly) –  Low investment in technology, innovation and lack of skilled workers (In the last 30 years Korean investment in R&D five-fold the levels in LAC) –  Higher vulnerability to natural disasters (5.4 natural disaster events per country in 1970; 15.6 in 2000)

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The private sector! in Latin America is key for sustaining growth and reducing inequality


90%

of jobs

are created by the private sector


Challenges !

Insufficient savings and investment ! Less than 20% in last 10 years !

Stagnant productivity! 50% less than US on average ! !

High informality! 41% in the region !

Limited access to finance US$35 b of unmet demand for credit of MSMEs

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Large infrastructure gap private sector could invest up to US$34 b /year !

Low investment in technology, innovation and a lack of skilled workers Korean investment in R&D is five-fold the levels in LAC In the last 30 years !

Higher vulnerability to natural disasters in 1970 there were 5.4 natural disaster events per country versus 15.6 in 2000


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