The EU and Chile signed a deal on political and economic cooperation in 2002, but have decided it needs updating to increase work together on issues including climate change, education policy and trade.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Chilean counterpart, Michelle Bachelet witnessed the signing of a bilateral deal on upgrading the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries.
The delegates of the Trade in Goods Indonesia-Chile Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement have agreed to conclude their negotiations during their latest talks.
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer pointed to the need to modernise agreements with Peru, Colombia, Panama and Chile, as well as the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA).
The government is optimistic that it will conclude four bilateral free trade agreements this year: comprehensive economic partnership agreements (CEPA) with Australia, the European Free Trade Association and Chile as well as a preferential trade agreement (PTA) with Iran.
Indonesia and Chile are both confident about concluding a comprehensive economic partnership agreement on time at the fifth round of negotiations in Chile, scheduled for this October.
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström wants to include a chapter on gender equality in an update to the bloc’s trade deal with Chile, which is due to be negotiated soon.
Canada and Chile updated a 20-year-old free trade agreement by adding a groundbreaking clause on gender equality to encourage women’s entrepreneurship and employment.
Officials from both countries decided to expand the trade in agricultural products (mainly fruit).
Chile is the fourth-largest trading partner of India in the LAC (Latin America and Caribbean) region after Brazil, Venezuela and Argentina.
A recent trade deal on organic products between the EU and Chile has sparked a discussion regarding the carbon footprint of organic products transportation.
Chile expects to increase relations with Indonesia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) starting from the state visit of president Michelle Bachelet.
Chile and China launched negotiations Monday to expand trade ties in the face of protectionist threats from US President Donald Trump.
Riot police clashed with protesters in Viña Del Mar, where representatives of the 11 remaining member states of the Trans Pacific Partnership together with China, Colombia and South Korea met.
Ministers and officials representing the 12 countries of the failed Trans-Pacific Partnership, plus China and South Korea, began talks in Chile, but any concrete decision on how a new trade pact might look seemed far off.
After being delayed for more than two years, negotiations for a comprehensive economic partnership agreement between Indonesia and Chile resumed.
Activists have a message for trade ministers meeting in Chile: the TPP is dead.
We believe it is not acceptable for TPP rules to be used as a model for future trade negotiations.
Countries that signed up for the failed trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will meet in Chile, seeking a way forward on a possible future regional deal
Canada and China are joining a mid-March summit hosted by Chile on how to advance trade in Asia-Pacific