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Gender inequalities in international trade

Governments in the region and around the world are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of their economic policies’ distributive impacts. The sustainability of these policies largely depends on how effective they are in reducing inequalities, particularly gender inequalities. While considerable progress has been made in the past few decades in improving women’s lives, gender inequalities remain a structural feature of the Latin American and Caribbean region that hinders sustainable development.

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