Ecuador and Mexico: Trade agreement still does not see the light of day

Ecuador depends mainly on the trade agreement with that country to formalize its entry into the Pacific Alliance, an objective it has pursued for four years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - There is still no white smoke in the negotiations between Ecuador and Mexico.

Although the Ecuadorian government had announced that the last round of the trade agreement with its Mexican counterpart would conclude last week, yesterday, May 30, the parties issued an ambiguous statement in which it is only indicated that the talks would continue.


"The negotiating teams of both countries held high-level technical meetings in which significant . . .

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