Ecuador and Chile relaunched their commercial relationship with new agreements

The current agreement includes new issues related to gender and exports to third parties. It also symbolizes Chile's support for Ecuador's intention to join the Pacific Alliance so that it can become a full member depending on the progress of negotiations.

Ecuador and Chile presented their new Economic Complementation Agreement, a trade integration instrument between the two countries which, although it entered into force in May of this year, had not been socialized.

According to the Ecuadorian Production Ministry, this instrument modernizes the 27-year-old trade relationship between the countries and . . .

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