Biennial report (14 June 2008 to 1 June 2010) of the economic commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
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Biennial report (14 June 2008 to 1 June 2010) of the economic commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

Official Records of the Biennial Report of the Economic and Social Council, 2010 Supplement No. 20
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The Commission’s technical cooperation programme is of strategic importance for ECLAC and its member countries. From a substantive point of view, it represents an indispensable complement to the research work of ECLAC and makes it possible to analyse development issues in greater depth and take the lead in addressing emerging issues on which countries require ad hoc analysis with a regional focus or an immediate response to a pressing need in the areas of policymaking or technical cooperation services. Thus, through its technical cooperation programme, ECLAC significantly strengthens its support for policymaking and its impact on the development agendas of the countries of the region. From an operational standpoint, ECLAC is able to respond dynamically and flexibly to the many requests for assistance from Governments and authorities in the region through a wide range of technical cooperation services, which are described below.