El Acuerdo de Complementación Económica N°35, establecido en el marco de la ALADI, definió las relaciones comerciales entre Chile y MERCOSUR, el cual ha estado vigente por 18 años, normando el comercio con Brasil, Argentina, Paraguay y Uruguay desde 1996.
This study was prepared by the General Directorate of International Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Chile and Ministry of Trade, Republic of Indonesia
A high and sustained economic growth and a marked improvement in social development have been the most distinctive characteristics of the Chilean economy since the 90s; noteworthy was the reduction of poverty.
Chile and Japan have shared a complementary trade relationship for more than a century, with an increasing momentum since the 1970s, stimulated by Japanese industrial development and Chile’s role as an important and reliable supplier of natural resources, including strategic mineral resources.
In the framework of the APEC Meetings in the Republic of Korea, in November 2005 and following the Leaders´ instructions, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile and the Minister of Commerce of Thailand announced the initiation of a Joint Study Group on the Feasibility of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
A high and sustained economic growth and major social developments were the most distinctive characteristics of the Chilean economy in the 90s; noteworthy was the reduction of poverty.