Colombia is a very attractive market for the export of Chilean goods and services. According to International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates, exceptionally strong growth is forecast for 2021 of between 5 and 6%, one of the highest in the region.read more
The options include holding a Presidential Summit on April 30 and the launch of a Regional Digital Market Roadmap.read more
In an effort to deepen and expand their bilateral trade relations, last Friday Chile and India finalized the second round of negotiations for deepening the Partial Scope Agreement (PSA). This round was carried out virtually on April 8 and 9.read more
In March 2021, Chile’s foreign trade totaled US$ 14.8 billion, with US$ 7.39 billion in exports and US$ 7.42 billion in imports.read more
The agreement will be key for the development of this new hub in Chile as Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe and handles approximately 13% of the continent’s total energy demand.read more
Both parties acknowledged that negotiations are well advanced with the key points to be resolved already identified. This makes it possible to visualize a technical closure in the near future.read more
During the meeting, Minister Lutfi offered his country´s support for Chile to join the Free Trade Agreement between the 10 countries that make up the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) bloc with Australia and New Zealand (AANZFTA).read more
With five votes in favor, the Foreign Affairs Senate Committee approved the draft agreement to adopt the Protocol relating to the Madrid Agreement concerning the International Registration of Marks (Bulletin No.13929-10).read more
The Chilean economy will grow 6% in 2021 thanks to the rapid COVID-19 vaccination process and public policies implemented during the last few months of the pandemic, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) projects.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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