An interview with the CEO of CAF Development Bank of Latin America

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Earlier this year, the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank or AIIB held its very first meetings with its 57 founding members. By the end of 2016 that number could almost double with dozens of countries waiting to join.

Other development banks like the IMF World Bank and IDB have been around for decades making headlines with their predictions and projects. The CAF Development Bank is different. It’s owned by a majority of Latin American countries and led by the same man for the past quarter century.

“Americas Now” anchor Elaine Reyes recently met in New York with CAF CEO and President Enrique Garcia to discuss how the region’s economic landscape has changed during his tenure.

Check out the interview here.

An interview with the CEO of CAF Development Bank of Latin America

An interview with the CEO of CAF Development Bank of Latin America

Earlier this year, the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank or AIIB held its very first meetings with its 57 founding members. By the end of 2016 that number could almost double with dozens of countries waiting to join. Other development banks like the IMF World Bank and IDB have been around for decades making headlines with their predictions and projects. The CAF Development Bank is different. It's owned by a majority of Latin American countries and led by the same man for the past quarter century. “Americas Now” anchor Elaine Reyes recently met in New York with CAF CEO and President Enrique Garcia to discuss how the region's economic landscape has change during his tenure. Check out the interview here.