4 Latin American Countries Cinch Free Trade Deal

Law360, New York (August 27, 2013, 5:37 PM EDT) -- Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico have reached a free trade agreement after two years of negotiations, striking a deal the countries believe will integrate and boost their economies, Chile said Monday.

The four countries — known as the Pacific Alliance — wrapped up negotiations for the trade pact at the ninth round of minister-level meetings, which took place Sunday and Monday in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, Chile's foreign affairs ministry said in a statement. Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico account for a combined 50 percent of...
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