Panama's economy posted Latin America's highest growth Last year and will again outshine its neighbors this year, according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
What does ECLA stand for?
ECLA stands for Economic Commission for Latin America
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We have 26 other meanings of ECLA in our Acronym Attic
- Expected Credit Loss
- Expert-Comptable en Ligne (French: Online Chartered Accountant)
- Export Control List (Canada Border Services Agency)
- Express Couriers Limited (New Zealand)
- External Cavity Laser
- External Code List (National Council for Prescription Drug Programs)
- External Countermeasure Launcher
- Extra Credit Library
- Éauze Culture Loisirs Animations (French: Éauze Culture Leisure Activities; Éauze, France)
- École des Cultures et des Langues Africaines (French: School of African Languages and Cultures)
- Energy Conservation Leadership Act (Canada)
- Enseignement Catholique de Loire-Atlantique (French: Loire-Atlantique Catholic Education; Loire-Atlantique, France)
- Ensemble de Clarinettes d'Auvergne (French clarinet ensemble)
- Entente Creil-Liancourt Association (French handball association)
- Espace Clodoaldien de Loisirs et d'Animation (French cultural association)
- Être Comme les Autres (French disability assistance association)
- Europe Compétition Lorraine Automobile (French: Lorraine Automotive Competition Europe; EU)
- Europe, Canada, Latin America
- European College of Liberal Arts (Berlin, Germany)
- European Company Lawyers Association (est. 1983)
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The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) on Oct.
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the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) shares the results of efforts by UN agencies and organizations specializing in gender issues as part of the Secretary General's campaign "UNite to End Violence Against Women.
00 Hardcover TP350 In the opening chapter of this collection, two representatives of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean discuss water institutions promoting the sustainable integration of water into socioeconomic development.