Chilean Senate unanimously approves Trade Integration Agreement with Ecuador

The first agreement with Ecuador was signed in 1994. Later the same instrument was expanded in 2010. The Trade Integration Agreement, signed in 2020, aims to complement the tariff concessions and trade disciplines previously agreed by both countries and to agree on new commitments in cutting-edge matters, such as trade in services, e-commerce, telecommunications, labor issues, environment, gender, and SMEs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Senate Chamber unanimously approved the Trade Integration Agreement between Chile and Ecuador. After this approval, the Chamber of Deputies will send an official letter to the President of the Republic, Sebastián Piñera, officially communicating that the National Congress has given its approval to the . . .

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