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Pérez-Pineda, J. A. ., & Blanco-Rangel, I. (2021). Dossier: Sector Privado, Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo en América Latina. Cooperacion, 8(2), 4–6. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.5925
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Currently, the 2030 Agenda has become the international community's benchmark in the search for a more sustainable world, with greater development and less poverty. This agenda is recognized as universal, multilevel and multi-stakeholder, seeking to cover, as far as possible, not only the most sensitive issues related to development, but also all the key actors that directly or indirectly affect it. In this context, the private sector is one of the actors that in recent years has emerged as "new". This is due to the fact that, from other international agendas, such as "Aid and Development Effectiveness", "Financing for Development" or "Human Rights", a gradual involvement of the private sector has been observed, not only as a financier, but also as a partner in development actions for more than a decade.


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