The agreement was virtually signed by the trade ministers of three countries on June 11.read more
During the meeting, the ministers agreed to resume negotiations this year in order to expand the Partial Scope (PS) Agreement signed in New Delhi in 2006, which entered into force in August 2007.read more
These talks are a continuation of the working meeting on October 13 between British and Chilean business owners, who discussed future areas of cooperation in bilateral trade and investment.read more
In September, export shipments totaled US$5.5 billion, an increase of 4% compared to the same month in 2019.read more
Paraguay is Chile’s 20th trading partner in the world and 7th in Latin America. In 2019, trade between Chile and Paraguay amounted to US$1.2 billion.read more
The Netherlands and the United Kingdom top the list of markets for Chilean avocados and now South Korea has opened its doors to this Chilean fruit, which will compete directly with avocado exports from the United States and Peru.read more
In a meeting to which all the trade associations that represent Chile’s food producers and agro-service suppliers were invited, the new agro-export industry sustainability roundtable was launched. The participants identified milestones they will collectively work towards in order to promote sustainable shipments from Chile to the rest of the world.read more
International Economic Relations Undersecretary Rodrigo Yáñez participated in the virtual seminar entitled “Chile-European Union post-pandemic: Political or trade ties?”, co-organized by the International Economic Relations Undersecretary's Office (SUBREI) and the UC Center for International Studies (CEIUC).read more
Also, both Ministers agreed on the importance of accelerating and jointly participating in the development of the Transpacific Cable Project.read more
The council has met nine times a year since its creation in 2005, and dedicated the latest meeting to economic development and cooperation between the two countries after the COVID-19 pandemic.read more
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The Superintendency of Water Services reached an agreement with Aguas Andinas on rates for 2020-2025.
The seminar was held to increase awareness of regulatory changes regarding distributed generation for self-consumption, including both procedural and technical issues.
In the 2019 Climatescope report, published by BloombergNEF, Chile took second position in the global ranking, after India.
The shipments of copper concentrate reached an historical maximum in this period, accounting for 57% of the total copper exported, while the shipments of copper cathodes reached their lowest level since 2016.
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