What is the business environment in Chile like? Is there anything the country can offer that others can't?
In my point of view, Chile has globalized not only its economy but also culture. The last six years the country has seen a big wave of migration from Latin American countries, some escaping the humanitarian crisis for example in Venezuela and Haiti, as well as an increasingly large influx of tourists interested in our country and diversity of flora.
Although the dynamism of the Chilean economy has slowed this year, mainly due to the U.S.-China trade war, the country continues to be attractive to foreign investors due to its political and social stability. We have a strong commercial network supported by 26 commercial agreements in 64 markets. It means that companies operating from Chile can reach 86.3% of the GDP world with privileged tariff conditions.
Our country is one of the 15th largest exporters in the agricultural world and has positioned more than 50 products in different markets in which it participates. For example, we are world leaders in the export of blueberries, cherries, grapes, prunes, dried apples, salmon, mussels, wine, and raspberries.
In my opinion, our country is the most important travel destination for adventure tourism worldwide, offering astronomical observation in the world's driest desert, millenary glaciers in the southernmost areas of the planet, forests and lakes located at the foot of volcanos. Not to forget about our wine culture, challenging routes to climb and trend-setting Santiago that breathes modernity.