RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - International trade between Chilean companies and China has increased, according to the Studies Department of the National Customs Service. The agency evidenced that exports rose 39.5% with US$ 26,233.2 million and 61.6% in imports that totaled US$ 17,513.8 million, all in comparison to the same 9-month period of 2020.
"The realization of the mutual recognition of our AEO programs is a consequence of the relationship we have established at the customs level with our peers in China and, in turn, an incentive to continue strengthening the facilitation and control . . .