RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "As a new government, we reaffirm the commitment and will of the Peruvian government to actively participate in this Pacific Alliance, which has been so important in the last decade and in which we see so much potential."
With these words, Peruvian Economy Minister Pedro Francke began his speech at a meeting held Tuesday (21) with representatives of member countries to analyze the future of the economic and trade integration mechanism that includes Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
Francke made these statements at the event "A Conversation with the Pacific Alliance," organized by the Americas Society . . .