Newsletter - November 2017

Chile is the first Pacific Alliance country with which Argentina has negotiated cutting-edge agreements. Both countries proposed new commitments intended to strengthen the legal instruments that currently govern their trade relationship, as well as to expand it in various areas such as Investment, Services, Government Procurement, Telecommunications and E-commerce, Environment, and Labour Relations.

The Argentine Government is actively promoting infrastructure works and expects 50% growth for next year in real terms. The Argentine Foreign Ministry worked with the United Nations in the context of a seminar intended to enhance the results of project implementation and showcase its accumulated knowledge in the fields of project design, risk assessment and funding mechanisms.
Political dialogue is deepening and expanding: On 16 November, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie paid an official visit to Moscow, in the Russian Federation, at the invitation of his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
The visit by the "Foreign Minister of the Vatican" (the Secretary for Relations with States) strengthens the relationship between the Holy See and Argentina and reaffirms shared interests based on common ideals, values and goals.

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