Japan and Argentina vow to speed up talks on investment pact

Japan and Argentina vow to speed up talks on investment pact Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Argentine President Mauricio Macri agreed Monday to speed up negotiations for a bilateral investment accord as part of efforts to strengthen economic ties. As of 2015, the number of Japanese companies making their way into Argentina totaled 51, according to Japanese data. The Latin American country is a major supplier of energy, minerals, soybeans, corn and other commodities, the Japan Times reports. Chile and China seen boosting free trade and bilateral ties Chinese President Xi Jinping began his visit to Chile on Monday, a trip that experts project will result in upgraded bilateral ties and a free trade agreement with the Latin American […]

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