The chambers of commerce of Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador have signed an agreement with the aim of strengthening trade relations.


In October 2015, representatives of the Peruvian, Chilean, Colombian, and Ecuadorian chambers of commerce met in Trujillo, Peru, to sign an agreement to promote trade and business (in Spanish), and to enhance and develop economic relations between the business communities of their respective countries. Their goal is to draw up agendas that include issues of common interest to promote synergies and competitiveness between companies, and to boost trade, technology, and innovation. To this end, they intend to share information on trade fairs, missions, and business opportunities, as well as to jointly organize trade promotion activities, encourage regional tourism, and exchange experiences and common knowledge.