“Trade with Latin America” arising opportunities for Swiss companies from the Pacific Alliance countries
The Pacific Alliance (PA) countries: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru signed the Pacific Alliance Agreement (PA) creating a region that represents total a population of 214 million people with an average GDP per capita of 16’500 dollars (purchasing power parity).
All four nations are market-friendly; their economies represent 35 percent of Latin American Gross Domestic Product (GDP), manage 55 percent of the region’s exports, and have stable governments. Euromonitor International highlighted the PA members among the top 20 non-BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) emerging consumer markets.
What is the Pacific Alliance Free Trade Agreement? Its current status?
What are the opportunities that each country can offer?
What is the position of Switzerland in this Free Trade Agreement?
What are the benefits the PA could represent for your company during your internationalization process?
Which experiences and challenges have multinational companies perceived?
Our goal is to provide you some new insights that can reinforce your interest in this growing region and that can be implemented in your internationalization strategy.
17:00 -20:30 hours
BBVA (Suiza), Börse Building, Selnaustrasse 36, 4th floor, 8021 Zurich, Switzerland
Top tier management interested in discovering the business opportunities that the Pacific Alliance countries and the free trade agreement can represent for its business.
Limited seating available ( 40 persons) .