The Central American development bank has agreed to provide two loans aimed at strengthening Nicaragua's competitiveness and productivity.
Last year was a year of well-flagged transition for financial markets.
Mexico's top trade negotiator said lawmakers must pass a labor reform package or lose the USMCA free trade agreement, as delays and politics continue to drive uncertainty for supply chain linkages across the region.
The Brazilian development bank will put in close to US$16mn in the investment fund.
The month of March showed a net inflow after two consecutive months of large outflows.
A new mechanism is being looked into by the authorities that would help people buy the likes of houses and start small business ventures.
The first quarter saw the sale of new vehicles increase in the double digits.
The multilateral approves a US$350mn loan to support the Ecuadoran government in improving the equality, integration and sustainability of social safety net programs. More than 228,000 extremely poor households with children and senior citizens are expected to benefit from the project.
Marinsa, specialized in providing integral solutions to the oil and gas industry, is the second Mexican company to receive this certification.
The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) are facing a number of internal and external challenges, highlighting the need for policy makers to focus on social safety net tools to support the poor and most vulnerable during cyclical downturns.