SANTIAGO, Chile - As the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) opened its 42nd Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors in Santiago, Chile last week, attendees grappled with an overarching theme: How can Latin America further its development and become a fierce competitor as it steps into the next decade?

Last Thursday, representatives from the civil society joined with government officials to discuss the issue that might be at the very heart of developmental problems throughout the continent: "good government."

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