Mercosur and EU feel “2017 is a window of opportunity”, but can't find the path despite Brexit and Trump
Central American nations and South Korea expect to sign a free-trade accord by June 30, 2017
Peru President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski told Russian media that Pacific-rim countries can forge a new trade deal that includes China to replace the U.S.
From January to October, Brazil registered a trade surplus of $38.5 billion, an all-time high and more than three times larger than the same period in 2015.
Negotiations for a trade and cooperation agreement between Mercosur and the EU must continue and should not be overshadowed by political issues such as the impeachment process in Brazil
Chile and India signed on Tuesday an agreement to extend the Partial Scope Agreement (PSA) between the two countries to up to 2,800 trade items in what may be a boon for the South American country.
Three years after the countries ratified their Free Trade Agreement, the South American country is finally seeing a reversal in the declining trend of its traditional exports, which last year suffered a 30 percent plunge.
The president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz said that if finally a agreement is reached between the EU and Mercosur the UK will not benefit as a consequence of Brexit.
The Iranian Foreign Minister seeks to start a new chapter in Iran’s relations with Cuba on his one-day visit, before continuing his tour with stops in Nicaragua, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Venezuela
The UK exported £7bn in goods and services to South America in 2015 (specifically those countries south of Panama)
Mexico and Australia agreed on Monday on the need to take advantage of the “enormous potential” in their bilateral relationship
The United States has eased a number of trade restrictions with Cuba, American companies are now allowed to lend money to Cuban entrepreneurs and to invest in infrastructure projects.
TPP It’s likely to be a major boost to trade and investments among the United States, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Chile and the remaining Pacific Basin signatory countries.
Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress
Mercosur, ports, energy, trade are among the issues in the agenda that Paraguayan president Horacio Cartes will consider with his counterpart Tabare Vazquez when he makes a one day visit on Thursday to Montevideo.
As we ask ourselves yet again: can the continent ever escape the boom-bust cycles that have left our economies trapped in middle income status? The answer lies in improving productivity—and, more specifically, what governments and businesses are willing to do to make it happen.
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