9/2016: Latin America Business Forum
The United States and Latin America have one of the most active trade relationships in the world – one that continues to provide opportunities for U.S. businesses of any size and in almost any sector in the next Trade Winds Business Forum in Latin America, Sept. 6-13, 2016.
V.N. Chamber thrilled to bring you the most recent debate on Latin America. Key players, policymakers and influencers will discuss the region’s hot topics in economics, business and public policy under the theme “Disruptive Business Trends in Latin America”.
Connect to a world of opportunity in Latin America
The 2016 Trade Winds program offers U.S. companies the opportunity to explore seven markets in Latin America.
Hosted in Chile, Trade Winds will feature a Latin America business forum, consisting of regional and industry specific conference sessions as well as pre-arranged consultations with senior U.S. diplomats representing commercial markets from 22 Western Hemisphere countries.
Additional trade mission stops will give participants the opportunity to conduct customized business-to-business meetings with pre-screened firms in Mexico, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Argentina and Uruguay.
The United States and Western Hemisphere region enjoy extensive economic linkages, rich cultural people-to-people connections, and a shared belief in inclusive growth and broad-based opportunity. Over decades of collaboration and partnership, the United States and the Western Hemisphere have built one of the most active trading relationships in the world, strong cooperation on cutting edge energy security, and a network of connections among our countries and people that allow the efficient movement of knowledge, ideas and technology.
The Western Hemisphere is the destination for 45.5 percent of U.S. exports (2014), more than any other region across the globe.
U.S. goods exports to the Western Hemisphere in 2014 were $736.7 billion, up 3.4% ($24.6 billion) from 2013. The largest export markets are: Canada ($312.4 billion), Mexico ($240.2 billion), Brazil ($42.5 billion), Colombia ($20.1 billion), Chile ($16.5 billion), Venezuela ($11.1 billion), Argentina ($10.9 billion), Panama ($10.5 billion), and Peru ($10.1 billion).
The United States has free trade agreements with twelve Western Hemisphere countries, more than with any other region in the world.
U.S. exports of private commercial services* (i.e., excluding military and government) to the Western Hemisphere were $190.8 billion in 2013, up 5.6% ($10.1 billion) from 2012.
Participating in the Trade Winds Trade Mission will allow innovative U.S. companies to fully maximize their advantages in this promising and dynamic region!
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