Institutions, exponential trade and equality in the age of algorithms.
The UNASUR’s South American Infrastructure and Planning Council (COSIPLAN) met in Uruguay to analyze integration infrastructure priorities.
The bloc is seeking to create attractive internal markets so as to achieve greater international competitiveness that will benefit all members.
A preparatory workshop for the 11th World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference was held in Geneva on May 31 and June 1, 2017, which INTAL helped organize.
China has presented its plans to create trade corridors with Europe, Africa, and Latin America.
Bolivia continues to seek access to the sea to improve trade. It is considering different alternatives, which include negotiations with Argentina and Paraguay.
The main focus is on SMEs, which seek to export products with value added.
The new mechanism seeks to facilitate and improve infrastructure in the region and improve the competitiveness of the private sector.