It offers data and regulation of 5,300 traded products between 33 countries in the region and the texts of more than 120 trade agreements
Government officials from 13 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean took part in a training session at the INTAL-Lab on negotiation strategies in the multilateral context, the outlook for the sector, and the latest developments in matters of food security.
This article provides a detailed analysis of the different tools that make up the EU’s agricultural strategy and identifies which productive sectors in Latin America and the Caribbean’s will see reductions in their competitive potential.
Interviews with government officials, academics, and leading world experts on the WTO Agreement on Agriculture and agricultural negotiations for Latin America.
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Overview of regional trade negotiations and agreements.
These fact sheets provide a detailed map of regional integration and trade through interactive displays and brief conceptual explanations of the different topics they cover. In this edition of INTAL Connection: multinational firms from Latin America and the Caribbean and barriers to agricultural trade.
A new publication forms part of INTAL in its role as the Technical Secretariat of the COSIPLAN/IIRSA’s work on the importance of infrastructure for the development of South America’s Central Interoceanic Hub.
This study examines the challenges and benefits that the growth of the digital economy is creating for trade and development.
How volatility in commodity prices affects the economies of emerging countries.
The TPP concentrates 40% of the global economy and 11% of the population. Twelve countries participate, led by the United States and Japan.
The marine environment makes up over 90% of our planet's biosphere. However, less than 1% of these international waters are protected areas.
The instrument, which has been ratified by 71 countries, will enter into force once it has been formally accepted by two-thirds of WTO members.
Several WTO members have expressed their desire to revive negotiations to further open markets for non-agricultural goods.
On April 13th, 2016, WTO member countries were urged to implement the recent decisions as soon as possible.
The two countries’ governments concluded a binational meeting in La Paz by signing an agreement that included 39 points related to politics, economic matters, trade, and mutual cooperation.
Government officials were in session over three days to improve the two countries’ export supply.
Through the approval of technical standards, Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism is seeking to increase product quality to compete in the international market.
Paraguay’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eladio Loizaga, has resumed work on the cooperation projects that were finalized during his last visit to Tokyo.
Santiago de Chile was the venue for ongoing discussions over commercial issues contained in Economic Complementarity Agreement No. 35.
The two countries’ foreign ministers met to work on an agenda of shared issues and agreed to revive relations.
The two countries are negotiating agreements on trade and investment.
At a forum on new energies, members of the business community and government officials from the two countries exchanged ideas on renewable energies.
Delegations from the two countries reasserted their visions for areas such as human rights and international law and stressed that they had long been allies within both the western hemisphere and the international arena as a whole.
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 negotiations that began in 2000 have entered into force following the signing of the Framework Agreement for the creation of a Free Trade Agreement.
A Latin American business event held in Buenos Aires was attended by members of the business community and high-level government officials from the region.
Physical integration in South America is fundamental to consolidating economic and social development. At the recent meeting of the UNASUR’s South American Infrastructure and Planning Council in Montevideo, seven new steps in this direction were approved.
INTAL has launched a new competition for innovators in creative industries with regional impact, in partnership with MIT
The Territorial Integration Program (PTI) for the Agua Negra Binational Tunnel has identified a set of actions that will improve physical connectivity; protect cultural heritage and biodiversity; and foster productive economic activities such as mining, industry, and tourism during the construction and implementation of the tunnel.
How can innovation contribute to generating employment and improving the lives of Latin Americans? What synergies exist between physical, political, and commercial integration in the region?