Argentina is Brazil’s third largest trading partner, with bilateral trade totaling US$23 billion last year
The goal is to help investors avoid paying taxes on their activities in both Uruguay and Chile. E-commerce, intellectual property, cooperation, labor and gender rights will be addressed in the free trade agreement.
Mexico and Australia agreed on Monday on the need to take advantage of the “enormous potential” in their bilateral relationship
Mexican Foreign Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu said on Monday that Mexico is “ready” to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, enacted in 1994.
LatAm’s resources are becoming a pivotal issue in many countries’ investment agenda. Germany is primed to replace many competitors in this regard.
South Korea’s foreign minister expressed his desire to get closer to LatAm in matters of trade during a Korea-Latin America Partnership Forum.
The Pacific Alliance must be “ready to react” to a possible “surprise” in the U.S. presidential election, Mexican Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo
The Pacific Alliance under the helm of Chile, will reach out for closer links with Mercosur, particularly since Argentina's decision to join the block as an observer.
Brazil's interim President Michel Temer said the Mercosur trade bloc poses an obstacle to other trade agreements and needs to be revised, but not ditched altogether.
Uruguay has a great deal of interest in advancing toward freer trade with China, since that country is Uruguay’s leading trade partner
Argentine president Mauricio Macri said Mercosur needs “a greater integration dynamics” and defended the idea that the Atlantic regional block country members work to reach agreements with countries of the Pacific Alliance.
Despite the commitments of NAFTA, recognition of education and licenses between countries still has far to go.
In another display of economic openness Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri expresses his desire to strengthen its commercial ties with the regional bloc.
The European Union and Mexico announced on Monday the opening of negotiations in mid-June to update their free trade agreement in effect since 2000.
Costa Rica imports much more than what it exports in its trade partnership with Colombia, business opportunities are still plenty.
Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and the Foreign Affairs Minister of Uruguay Rodolfo Nin Novoa exchanged EU and Mercosur offers on access to their respective markets of goods, services and establishment and government procurement.
Brussels must do more to help producers ride out the slump in agricultural commodity prices, European farm leaders have warned.
Multinational companies in several countries are taking action against the Colombian government for alleged breaches to the rights they acquired through the agreements.
Russia and Latin America are going to discuss ways of promoting their cooperation during the Russia-Latin America forum, which to be launched today in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo
Oil prices slide, supply overhang in focus at the Saudi-Venezuela meeting. This means a lost for President Maduro who's only goal on this meeting was to rise oil prices in order to help Venezuela's economy.