Organized by the Economy Ministry and aired on January 12 and 13, 2021, the event sought to promote foreign investment in Chile.read more
In 2020, 94.2% of Chile’s exports were sent to countries where Chile has a free trade agreement in place, exceeding the 2019 figure of 93.4%.read more
Based on survey results, corporate representatives hold an overall positive outlook for the foreign trade sector for 2021. Over 50% of exporters and importers gave foreign trade processes a rating of 5 on a scale of 1 to 7.read more
The evolving nature is an important aspect of the agreement, which contains a series of instruments to expand and modernize its coverage, including an evolving clause on agricultural goods.read more
The platform enables users to access market information related to the product to be exported or imported, identify applicable tariffs and regulations and make contact with potential trade partners, among other functions.read more
Chile handed over the rotating presidency of the regional organization to Colombia after occupying the post for 16 months.read more
The SUBREI Bilateral Economic Affairs Director, Felipe Lopeandía, together with the SAG National Director, Horacio Bórquez, and the IICA representative, Hernán Chiriboga, participated in the event.read more
During the month, exports totaled US$ 6,163 million, up 15% in relation to November 2019. This marks the second-best figure this year, surpassed only by exports by value in January during the peak season for fruit shipments.read more
“We value the Belgian Foreign Affairs Minister’s support of the process of modernizing the Association Agreement between the EU and Chile. It is a great step in strengthening bilateral relations and projections for working together,” said Minister Allamand.read more
In a regional and international context marked by high levels of uncertainty, to which Chile has not been immune, we believe it is essential to provide accurate and timely information about the process taking place in our country in order to offer tools that can help different actors and sectors in their decision-making.
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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