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The recent update of the Latin American Trade Trends reveals that the rate of export contraction has slowed after the 15% collapse of 2015.
The OECD has launched a program for Latin America and the Caribbean in Santiago de Chile.
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Overview of regional trade negotiations and agreements The IJI is a compilation of regulatory texts, commentaries, and follow-up on legal commitments and developments of an analytical nature concerning the various integration processes taking place in Latin America and the Caribbean. For news and to learn more about the progress made on trade agreements and negotiations, visit IJI.
Far from exclusively exporting raw materials, South America has been gaining ground in new markets by incorporating technology into production processes. The most dynamic sectors and main export destination markets.
The Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL) and Latinobarómetro monitor the opinions of Latin American citizens on key issues such as their expectations regarding the region’s relationship with China.
New publication as part of INTAL’s role as the COSIPLAN/IIRSA Technical Secretariat on the importance of infrastructure to the development of the Peru–Brazil–Bolivia Hub in South America.
This study analyzes the impact of new forms of trade and digitization on the trade in cultural goods.
The two blocs made progress on discussions to reach a formal agreement that would enable the free trade of products and services.
The two countries’ governments concluded a round of binational negotiations in Santiago, at which they reviewed their progress on matters of cooperation.
Representatives from the two countries met to review the main issues on the common agenda and agreed on the importance of deepening relations following the passing of the Trade Agreement between them.
The meeting included a review of progress on the work agenda and forthcoming endeavors to examine and promote the border integration process and follow up on the agreements reached by the Border Integration and Development Committee.
Member countries ended their meeting in Ecuador after reaching agreements that will generate more than US$30 million in business commitments.
The EU has appealed the provisional ruling from the World Trade Organization (WTO) concerning its alleged violation of trade regulations that affected biodiesel from Argentina.
Officials from the two governments met to discuss current initiatives and put forward new ones.
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Paraguay continue to develop a corridor to facilitate trade and logistics.
Vice President Gabriela Michetti traveled to Japan to finalize political and economic agreements
High-ranking dignitaries consolidate the ties formalized in 2013.
Countries in the region are seeking to advocate a rational use of energy so as to meet the Sustainable Development Goals.
The signing of this document implies an expansion of intraregional trade. Some 92% of goods are now duty-free.
A report has identified barriers and competitive advantages that pave the way for a new agenda of international economic negotiations.
Interviews with government officials, academics, and leading world experts on policies for integration and social inclusion. Specialists from INTAL summarize the main points covered in this issue of the magazine.
The manufacturing, storage and sales processes can be improved with advances in robotics.
How was a small family-owned company in Peru able to export its alpaca wool products to Hungary? How can micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises in Latin America and the Caribbean become exporters?
Mexico and Argentina have begun a new stage in their relationship and are showing a willingness to expand trade. What is the starting point for this at the sectoral level in terms of both the bilateral relationship between the two countries and within the MERCOSUR?
In an exclusive preview from the forthcoming Trade and Integration Journal No. 40, we are delighted to offer the full text of the article by Eric Warner of the RAND Corporation on innovation policy in China and its impact on Latin America and the Caribbean.
This technological breakthrough will give citizens from all the countries in South America instant access to interactive data and maps for the nearly 600 infrastructure projects that are today part of the COSIPLAN Project Portfolio.
The future of the relationship between China and Latin America and the Caribbean was the core issue at a seminar that brought together experts from the region at INTAL-Lab.
Fact sheets provide a detailed map of integration and regional trade through interactive displays and brief conceptual explanations of the different topics. In this edition of INTAL Connection, the economic and commercial relations between Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and China.
The new issue of the Integration & Trade Journal explains the keys to renewing the convergence between Latin America and China.