Due to the health contingency the International Tourism Trade Show 2021 (FITUR) created "LIVEConnect", -conceived as the largest professional network for the tourism sector- which will allow our country to digitally connect with important international buyers searching new travel experiences, once international traveling resumes.read more
Public Health Undersecretary Paula Daza announced today that in May, just as in April, Chileans will not be allowed to leave the country, except in exceptional circumstances, and non-resident foreigners will not be allowed to enter.read more
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 Minister and local officials together presented the online ticket sale system for protected wilderness areas that will benefit 300,000 visitors. The system will be similar to that for flight check-ins; reservations will have a QR code, be non-transferable and visitors will be obliged to accept the rules for entering the Torres del Paine National Park.read more
The National Employment Survey from the National Statistics Institute (INE) showed that in the trailing quarter November, December and January, the tourism labor market experienced a recovery of 2 percentage points against the immediately preceding trailing quarter.read more
This 100% online course—with live classes and technical assistance—seeks to provide training to enable tourism companies to improve their digital management, image and positioning with future customers. There are 300 places available for people and businesses in the tourism industry. Those interested can apply at www.becacapitalhumano.cl through to March 12.read more
The support for these industries also includes loan facilities through the “Fogape Reactiva” (Guarantee Fund for Small Businesses Reactivation) program, flexible application of the Employment Protection Law and special programs in association with BancoEstado.read more
According to information released by the Office of the Undersecretary of Tourism, over the entire last year, 1,122,858 international visitors arrived to Chile. The decrease, in line with the world situation in the sector, is in response to mobility restrictions put in place as a preventative measure against the spreading of the virus.read more
The Santiago Regional Corporation took over the task of promoting the city as a destination for conventions and business, the Santiago Mice initiative.read more
With the goal of facilitating access to information, reducing search time and resources, here you can find direct links enabling you to get in touch with the different stakeholders involved in the foreign trade chain.
ProChile, the Export Promotion Bureau of Chile's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has made efforts to support small and medium-sized export enterprises.
Please find out in this section, the following links that have been put together with up to date information.
The creation of a mechanism for stabilizing electricity prices under which the latest increase of 9.2% in bills will be reversed.
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.
Find out here official information related to the actions taken by the Government of Chile to face the current situation in the country.