INTAL will hold a high-level academic conference on the global governance of international trade, in partnership with Argentina’s Ministry of Production and other high-profile organizations. The event will be part of the WTO’s MC11 and will take place on December 12, 2017, in Buenos Aires.
This seminar set out to examine a wide range of issues agreed on at the earlier Ministerial Meeting. It combined presentations by government officials from countries in each of the two blocs, experts, and private-sector representatives.
The shape of intraregional trade in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Some of the answers to the development challenges facing Latin America and the Caribbean may lie in the hands of creatives, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs.
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There are numerous reasons why a firm might decide to sell its products on the international market. This is no easy task, and like any business initiative, it requires training and preparation to be a success.
The two parties reached a broad scope agreement that will benefit European exports. In addition to tariff elimination, negotiators included clauses on worker, consumer, and environmental protection.
The two countries have expressed interest in formalizing an agreement in the short term, given the possibilities of opening up other markets through this connection between the two regions.
Both countries would expand their export market if the agreement is formalized.
The two countries are continuing to make progress toward reaching a broad, innovative trade agreement. Authorities expect that the final draft of the text will be completed during the next round of negotiations.
The bloc has been debating the steps it should take toward reducing poverty, improving food security, and protecting the environment.
A meeting of high-level government officials ended with an exchange of opinions with a view preparing a regional agenda for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
The two countries are still holding working meetings with a view to reaching trade agreements that will cover issues that include the space industry.
Authorities from regional economic blocs met with experts on international trade policy to debate the trade-related challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the Caribbean.
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.
One of the COSIPLAN priority projects for energy integration in Latin America and the Caribbean is due to be completed in 2018. The objective of these projects is to improve the distribution of energy generated by the hydroelectric power stations that Paraguay operates in partnership with Argentina and Brazil.
The UNASUR’s South American Infrastructure and Planning Council (COSIPLAN) met in Uruguay to analyze integration infrastructure priorities.
A seminar on social innovation was held as part of the Inspira series of talks. It was attended by government officials and representatives from NGOs.
The development of portable electronics has been putting pressure on the lithium battery industry. This article looks at the projects underway in Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia, which have the largest global reserves of the mineral.
The EU’s recent agreements with Canada and Japan have put it at the forefront of the regionalization of global trade.
INTAL/IDB presented its study “The Millennial Beat. Generation Y in the Age of Integration 4.0. How Young Argentinians View Technology, the Future of Work, and Trade Ties with Latin America.”
Toward a Positive Agenda for Integration.