Agroforestry at centre of Chilean trade growth

The Chile-Canada free trade agreement, signed in 1997, was the first agreement of its kind between Chile and a developed country, Canada. Since then, this agreement had become the cornerstone of our economic relationship, providing increased benefits for both parties since its signing.

Roberto Ibarra
Published: Wednesday, 06/13/2012 12:00 am EDT

The Chile-Canada free trade agreement, signed in 1997, was the first agreement of its kind between Chile and a developed country, Canada. Since then, this agreement had become the cornerstone of our economic relationship, providing increased benefits for both parties since its signing.

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