Internationally recognized as one of the world’s most important technology, entrepreneurship and innovation centers, Chile is making the Pacific Alliance more powerful
The Pacific Alliance has a systematic position around the world, as well as interesting opportunities not only in trade but also in investment. Chile, which is interim president of the Pacific Alliance, clearly emphasizes on prioritizing the agenda covering new issues such as developing joint commercial advertising activities among the alliance member countries, contributing to the acceleration of tariff reduction process by the trade protocol, giving acceleration to the Industry 4.0 and environmental protection. Today, one of Chile’s main goals is to unite this block as a regional integration reference under a new international scenario title.
Chile is recognized internationally as one of the world’s most important technology, entrepreneurship and innovation centers. Besides these, Chile is a world leader in the production and use of clean energy and industries of mining and healthy food. It also received the best adventure tourism destination award.
In order that the foreign investors facilitate to operate in the country, the Chilean Government launched InvestChile Map. InvestChile Map is a website of approximately 15 million dollars that brings together details of over 100 tender and concession agreements. In this sense, InvestChile, which is responsible for promoting Chile as a direct investment centre, demonstrates that Chile’s competitive advantage and solid economic bases make it the first South American economy in the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development).
ProChile Director of the Pacific Alliance Natalia Arcos