Pacific Alliance to be presented in New York
The presidents of Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru, are travelling to New York for a United Nations general assembly this week, where they plan to present the benefits of the Pacific Alliance to investors.
Once established, the presidents expect the elimination of 92 percent of trade tariffs between the member countries, whose combined economy represents the eighth largest in the world.
The leaders will also announce the official date of the signing of the pact, expected to be by the end of the year.
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