June 15, 2016Michael Sutherland-Shaw
This week the future of Latin America will take centre stage as leaders from around the world will converge on Medellin, Colombia for the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2016.
Leaders are expected to discuss how public-private collaboration will play a crucial role in infrastructure investment, productivity growth and human capital across Latin America. According to World Economic Forum, addressing these challenges will allow the region to be a proactive agent in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The event kicks off Thursday, June 16. See below for video of each session from the two-day event.
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