Foreign investment to Chile in first quarter beats total for 2017

Foreign direct investment to Chile reached $6.8 billion in the first three months of the year, higher than the $6.4 billion the country received for the whole year 2017, Chilean investment promotion agency InvestChile said. The amount is a “clear sign of investors’ vision of Chile as a reliable country for long-term business,” said InvestChile director Ian Frederick. La Tercera reports.     Japan urges more Latin American countries to join TPP   Japan is encouraging more countries from Central and South America to join the reworked Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, in hopes of both capturing the potential of these markets and pressuring the U.S. to return to a framework it left last year. “The United Kingdom has already shown […]

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