The Pacific Alliance: What it's Achieved, and What's Next
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With the Pacific Alliance CEO Summit set to take place in Lima in July, we take a look at the bloc formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, the most significant effort toward regional integration seen in Latin America in recent decades – from its common stock exchange, to cat bonds, and targeting zero tariffs on 100% of goods and services.
Figure - LatAm intra-bloc trade
Why you need to buy this report
- Learn about the trading bloc’s innovative shared risk initiative, catastrophic bonds and integrated stock market.
- The political risk inherent in the bloc, and the countries looking to join it.
- Business opportunities for Pacific Alliance markets in Southeast Asian nations.
Table of contents
- A most popular bloc
- Sharing the risk: cat bonds and MILA
- Long road ahead for the free movement of people, goods, services and capital
- Graph: LatAm intra-bloc trade
- Graph: Pacific Alliance GDP
- Bringing Mercosur into the fold?
- Gateway to the west
Companies related to this report
- The Bank of Nova Scotia
- Fondo de Desastres Naturales de México FONDEN
- Nacional Financiera S.N.C. Institución de Banca de Desarrollo
- Credicorp Ltd.
- The World Bank Group / Grupo del Banco Mundial
- International Monetary Fund
- International Finance Corp.
- Ecopetrol S.A.
- International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / Banco Internacional de Reconstrucción y Fomento
Ulric Rindebro, James Young, Allan Brown
Pages (English Version)
Chile Peru Colombia Mexico