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Integration in the Americas: Views from the Pacific Alliance and Argentina

October 06, 2016

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At a time when other regions are looking inward, this event will highlight the way in which Latin America, and particularly Argentina and Pacific Alliance countries, are taking steps to better integrate with the rest of the world, to boost growth and tackle their development challenges. The Pacific Alliance is a regional integration initiative comprised by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, some of the most dynamic economies in LAC. It seeks to be a new generation agreement, with a strong outward-looking focus and a platform for common approaches to issues such as poverty reduction, competitiveness, protecting the environment and cultural promotion.


Undersecretary for Finance and Public Credit, Mexico

Minister of Finance and Public Credit, Republic of Colombia

Minister of Finance, Chile

Minister of Economy and Finance, Peru

Minister of Treasury and Public Finances, Argentina

Newscaster, Lima, Peru

Former World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim on October 24, 2013 in Washington DC. Photo © Dominic Chavez/World Bank

Former President, World Bank Group