THE PACIFIC ALLIANCE SIGNS GUIDELINES THAT ALLOW TRADE AGREEMENTS WITH OTHER COUNTRIES

During the 17th meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Pacific Alliance held on June 2nd in Mexico City, the ministers of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru announced guidelines for Pacific Alliance associate members that will allow trade agreements between the group and other countries. This opens the door for Australia to become a trade partner of the Pacific Alliance and further engage trade and investment relations with the member countries. 

The guidelines, which include the requirements and procedures for associate members, were signed by the Ministers and/or Deputy Ministers of each member country of the Pacific Alliance.

During the meeting, the ministers also agreed on the inclusion of three new observer countries adding Slovenia, Lithuania and Croatia to the list of observer countries that now reaches 52.

For more information on the Pacific Alliance, please visit the official website at: https://alianzapacifico.net/

For more information please contact the ProMexico office in Australia at: esau.garza@promexico.gob.mx