Land of opportunity


A recent study from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) suggested that nearshoring could bring an annual US$78bn in additional exports of goods and services throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.

COVID-19 certainly gave the nearshoring concept a boost because the closing of borders globally impacted the provision of goods being shipped internationally, but it was not the only reason.

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