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Pacific Alliance - David A Souza Professor Lynn England...

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David A. Souza Professor Lynn England Pacific Alliance 03/02/2016 Pacific Alliance Conference The Pacific Alliance came as a surprise to me. I knew of its existence, however, I was unaware of all the details it contained. The alliance is a Latin American Trade, which features a systematic integration of trade between four current states such as: Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. The hosting of their conference was based on the economic summit that would help drive growth, development and competitiveness of the economic of its members, focuses on achieving greater well-being, overcoming socioeconomic inequality and promoting the social inclusion of its inhabitants, and the greater spread of regional integration. Each country sent an ambassador representatives that included, Juan Gabriel Valdes Soublette, Chile; Juan Carlos Pinzon, Colombia; Miguel Basanez Ebergenyi, Mexico; and Luis Miguel Castilla, Peru. Castilla spoke of the creation of the alliance that took place on April of 20011, when
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