The two countries are seeking to expand their export offer in the short term by breathing new life into negotiations.
The agreement increases each MERCOSUR member’s opportunities for trade with new markets.
Authorities from the two countries will evaluate the feasibility of an electrical interconnection plan. They will also look at interconnection with Argentina.
The announcement came at the 12th Pacific Alliance Summit. The bloc is seeking to expand its markets and has established bilateral agreements that will connect it with the Asia-Pacific.
The two countries remain committed to forging closer, mutually beneficial ties.
The bloc is seeking to create attractive internal markets so as to achieve greater international competitiveness that will benefit all members.
The two blocs are seeking to consolidate trade through a preferential tariff system
The bloc seeks to expand its trade ties with the world and renew its ties with one of the world’s largest economies.
Ministers of the economy and finance from PA member countries worked together to draft an action plan to consolidate the bloc’s economic and financial relations.
The Pacific Alliance is seeking to expand its economic relations through free trade agreements.
The two blocs held a much-anticipated meeting and agreed on the importance of integrating with one another given the current context of international uncertainty.
Argentina is Mexico’s fourth-largest trade partner in Latin America and the Caribbean and the 22nd-largest at the global level.
Tourism and the movement of goods were identified as the keys to development during the next stage, according to the last meeting of the CARICOM representatives.
The PA countries are seeking an alternative agreement to guarantee integration and trade development.
The region is seeking to sign agreements that will lead to the regulation and facilitation of customs activities.
The countries of Latin America championed joint efforts and cooperation to tackle their common problems.
The initiative is the outcome of an investment-related decision by the bloc’s heads of state
The main aim of this initiative is the electronic exchange of information on foreign trade transactions, in line with international standards.
Uruguay’s Chamber of Deputies unanimously passed Bolivia’s protocol of accession to become a full member of the MERCOSUR.
The third Chinese presidential tour to Latin America was an opportunity for China to emphasize its commitment to the region and consolidate bilateral relations.
Those present also decided on initiatives for the fight against climate change, terrorism, and the refugee crisis.
Some 1,500 businesspeople, diplomats, and government officials from China and LAC took part, making this the best-attended event in the summit’s history.
The climate change agreement that was reached in December 2015 will be made official at the next UNFCCC conference.
A project is seeking to end hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean by 2025.
The presidents of Argentina and Mexico met in Buenos Aires and talked about how to build closer ties between the MERCOSUR and the Pacific Alliance.
Different events and meetings mark the start of dialog between the two blocs
Signing this instrument strengthens integration through new common instruments and projects.
The signing of this document implies an expansion of intraregional trade. Some 92% of goods are now duty-free.
The 29th Conference of Heads of Customs Administrations in the Americas and Caribbean took place in Bolivia, and focused on the modernization of customs processes and the fight against drug trafficking
The World Trade Organization upheld Argentina’s claim against the European Union on trade barriers affecting biodiesel.
On May 1, 2016, a large share of trade between the Pacific Alliance member countries will become tariff free.
In Geneva, the parties re-examined an agreement relating to trade in goods, with a view to expanding it to cover a larger share of trade.
The members of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA) met in Caracas to study their convergence with Southeast Asia.
On February 4, 2016, during an official ceremony held in Auckland, New Zealand, TPP member countries signed the new agreement.
During a high-level bilateral meeting, government officials from the two countries discussed alternatives to enhance trade.
The 34th FAO Regional Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean was held in Mexico City.
The governors of the Inter-American Development Bank will hold their annual meeting in Nassau, the Bahamas, from April 7 to 10, 2016.
The presidents of Mexico and Argentina met at Davos and agreed to strengthen bilateral trade.
The spread of the Zika virus, the need for coordinated regional action, and the consequences of the slump in commodity prices were the main topics of discussion at the forum.
On Brazil’s initiative, a series of meetings took place in connection with bilateral agreements between the MERCOSUR and the countries of the Pacific Alliance (PA).
The two largest economies in Latin America took part in the first round of negotiations to extend Economic Complementarity Agreement (ECA) No. 53.
A new tool developed by ECLAC and IPEA.
Brazil and Colombia have signed new bilateral agreements. The most noteworthy of these are the agreements on cooperation and investment facilitation and on trade within the automotive sector.