RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Pacific Alliance, which was born 10 years ago as an innovative regional integration mechanism, has transcended the economic and commercial sphere to encompass the social sphere in a community made up of 230 million people.
The initiative, created on April 28th, 2011 through the Lima Declaration signed by the presidents of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, and materialized at the June 6th, 2012 summit in Cerro Paranal (Chile), where the Framework Agreement was signed, represented a change in the dynamics of Latin American regional blocs.
"In the social sphere, the Alliance has made progress in . . .