European Institute of International Studies and World Trade Organization, Geneva, 24 November 2016

Publicado bajo la dirección de Mario Torres Jarrín y Jonathan Violante Pica Instituto Europeo de Estudios Internacionales.

Wednesday, 23 November, 11.00 to 12.30
Room D — Centre William Rappard — World Trade Organization – Geneva


Photo: WTO (from left to right): • Mr Jonathan Violante Pica, Co-editor and Head of Protocol and Multilateral Affairs of the European Institute of International Studies • Mr Juan Carlos González, Ambassador of Colombia • Maräia Perz-Esteve, Consellor, Council and TNC Division, Word Trade Organization • Mr Roberto Azevêdo, Director-General of Word Trade Organization • Mr Héctor Casanueva, Ambassador of Chile • Ms María Cristina Hernández, Minister, Chargé d’affaires of Mexico • Dr. Mario Torres Jarrín, Co-editor and Director of the European Institute of International Studies • Mr Luis Enrique Chávez, Ambassador of Peru


The Pacific Alliance is a relatively new initiative by Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru — countries that are seeking to create a new process of regional integration in Latin America and the Caribbean. Such a process is to be based on a shared vision of political economy and free trade as a model of development. The Pacific Alliance intends to implement a deep integration of services, capitals, investment and flow of people. As its name indicates, the Alliance has expressed a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region, and is working effectively at promoting increased participation in global value chains. This book delves into the Pacific Alliance from various perspectives, including the areas of foreign diplomacy, the economy, politics and technological aspects while analysing the opportunities that may occur during this process of regional integration.








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