Pacific Alliance promotes commerce and travel

Peña Nieto praised the interest generated among the observer countries.
The presidents of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto; Perú, Ollanta Humala, and Chile, Michelle Bachelet, walk on the beach of Paracas. (Photo: SPECIAL)
Paracas, Peru
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The members of the Pacific Alliance,  Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia, expressed that in the face of the current world situation they will promote the routes of integration through a greater mobility of people, resources and products.

Last night, when he arrived at Mexico City, Peña Nieto expressed that the working agreement signed by the Alliance members will come in to force on July 20.

That would mean the tax exemption for the product exchange between the four countries.

He praised the interest generated among the 42 observer countries in the Alliance and expressed that they are moving towards a greater market for people and business between its members.

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