ECLA


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ECLA

N ABBR =Economic Commission for Latin AmericaCEPAL f
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ECLA determined that the government should approach inflation policy with caution and close examination, although they did not seem to have a well-designed plan to deal with the high inflation present in countries such as Chile.
Although HB 3337 focused exclusively on residential land needs, ECLA also encompasses industrial, commercial and public lands (for example, lands for schools and parks).
The 'old ECLA,' which endorsed import substituting industrialisation (ISI), is nowhere in evidence.
Much of the argument of the ECLA economists is based on the notion that import substitution is a good way to promote economic development, a notion that has since fallen into disrepute.
To block these transfers in international commerce, and thus confront backwardness, ECLA proposed industrialization of the region as a formula that would allow "the retention of the fruits of technical progress.
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ECLA is committed to building recognition of the professional status of company lawyers and legal professional privilege, as well as providing legal education and networking opportunities.
In many situations, ECLA test methodology provides greater sensitivity and flexibility than standard radioimmunoassays or ELISA techniques for quantitative pharmacokinetic and immunogenicity testing of biological samples from clinical research participants.
Our ability to enhance the rate of patient recruitment by utilizing the capabilities of ECLA in South America was a major determinant in our winning this contract.
Diaz is co-director of the cardiovascular medicine division of the Instituto Cardiovascular de Rosario in Argentina and the co-director of the ECLA Collaborative Group, which carried out the study at 29 hospitals in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
In this article, we critically evaluate the CEPAL (Economic Commission for Latin America, or ECLA in English) formulation of centers and peripheries, and debate its proposals about industrialization as a formula for retaining technical progress.