South does not necessarily mean the end of the world. Instead, it could be the start of many investment opportunities. According to the Business Environment Ranking developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Chile is ranked among the 13 most attractive economies in the world to do business in the 2014-2018 period, taking the lead in Latin America. This is because Chile has kept an attractive and dynamic business environment for investors, thanks to its economic and political stability, its openness to foreign trade, legal certainty and growth projections.
Ships set sail from the port every day, and, from high land, visitors enjoy the view of Reloncaví Hill.
Marked by a singular history, this stock, originally from France, is today only produced in Chile, a country that provides unique conditions for its development. Ignored for years, today it is the spearhead for opening new markets for Chilean wine varieties.
The event seeks to promote Chile as a stable and open territory for foreign investment, and it will hold its ninth version in London this month.
The sustained economic growth over more than 25 years, along with globalization, has transformed the Chilean society, invigorated the middle class and improved the general expectations of the population.
Poets and antipoets; the established and the emerging; the classics and the nonconforming; all of which contribute to Chilean art’s many nuances.
A young nation with a firm eye on the future as well as a strong history — bearing the footprint of the continent’s earliest inhabitants who lived here more than 12,500 years previously.
Stability is what best defines the Chilean economy. The breadth of commercial opportunity has propelled solid and sustained growth year in year out.