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Overview of regional trade negotiations and agreements. The IJI is an analytical compilation of regulatory texts, commentaries, and follow-up on legal commitments and developments concerning the various integration processes taking place in Latin America and the Caribbean. For news and to learn more about recent progress on trade agreements and negotiations, visit IJI.
The display shows the international agreements that countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have reached with partners from within the region and beyond it. These include free trade agreements, economic or physical integration agreements, cooperation agreements, and partial scope agreements.
This latest report, Downshifting, argues that a dramatic shift is needed in the region’s international integration policies if they are to adapt to the changing pace of globalization.
What global challenges must we face up to if we are to prevent inequality from growing as a consequence of job loss?
Leaders of the Asia-Pacific Forum reasserted their commitment to keeping their markets open.
The Climate Summit in Morocco highlighted the role of the trade in goods and services to stimulate investment.
The project aims to address the challenges of the border area and assess progress toward implementing common projects.
Ecuador has joined the free trade agreement that Colombia and Peru are already party to.
In an attempt to fast-track the start of the project, the two countries committed to holding periodic meetings.
Representatives from the two countries signed the agreement to streamline commercial transactions and make them more transparent.
The two countries are seeking to consolidate economic relations and have planned joint activities for 2017.
The two countries are following up on the work plan that was started during Barack Obama’s visit to Argentina in March 2016.
Problems in the steel sector have affected trade flows.
The two countries expressed their commitment to fostering negotiations between the two blocs.
The agreement is expected to be made official in the coming months.
CARICOM ministers have endorsed a roadmap for the implementation of the Caribbean Regulatory System for Medicine (CRS).
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.
The 1st Latin American Course/Workshop on Road Surfaces and Basic Roads shared innovative, low-cost solutions for improving the conditions of unpaved roads.
Specialists shared the results of research that analyzes the interplay between law and sustainable development from a multidisciplinary approach.
The IDB’s Demand Solutions event took place in Buenos Aires this year. Entrepreneurs shared ideas to improve lives through solutions that promote access to drinking water, sanitation, and better nutrition.
Government officials from Argentina and Chile discuss the region’s experience of drafting the Territorial Integration Program that will facilitate the construction of this new link between the two countries.
In recent years, several countries have signed free trade agreements with China which have included specific causes on technological transfer. What impact have these agreements had? This article presents the main points of an ongoing research project.
How many of us are willing to pay taxes or take on credit to improve logistics costs in Latin America and the Caribbean?
Some 71% of Latin Americans say that foreign capital is beneficial for local economies.
After partnering to carry out 20,000 exclusive surveys in 18 countries in the region, INTAL and Latinobarómetro have created an overview of economic, political, technological, social, and environmental integration.