December 13, 2021.- As part of the schedule of activities that has been jointly designed between the countries of the Pacific Alliance, during the pro tempore presidency of Colombia, the ambassadors of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru participated in the dialogue “China and the Pacific Alliance: Regional Cooperation for the Next Decade” of the Center for China and Globalization – CCG – , in order to present this regional integration mechanism in China, an observer country and strategic partner. Within this framework, the initiative, its objectives, its performance within the global economy, as well as its main achievements in its first decade of conformation and its strategic vision for the year 2030 were presented. In addition, the synergies between the countries of the bloc to continue consolidating their product offerings and the strengths of their economies to penetrate this market and jointly face common challenges were presented.
The Pacific Alliance is the eighth largest economic power and the eighth largest exporter in the world. The four countries have a population of 230 million people and offer competitive advantages for international business, with a clear orientation towards the Asia-Pacific region, with China as a priority market, with which, in recent years, thanks to the power of integration, there has been a steady and progressive growth in trade exchanges.
CCG is a Chinese non-governmental think tank with consultative status of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and is among the top 50 independent think tanks in the world. It has more than 10 branches and more than 100 full-time researchers dedicated to the study of globalization, international relations, migration and trade, and international economics, among other topics.
The dialogue was broadcast on Chinese and international platforms and can be relived at the following links:
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