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CHILE
A RELIABLE PARTNER
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Chile is
• A middle income, developing country / OECD
• Medium (42), Open economy (0,6% real tariff)
• 17 mill hab, GDP US$ 269 billion, p capita 15.410/18.200 pp
• Number 7 in economic freedom;
• 22 in transparency;
• 34 in Global competitiveness and Facility for Doing Business
CHILE A RELIABLE PARTNER
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Chile on the brink of development, but faces two key challenges
To enhance productivity.
Chile's growth slowed from an average of 7.3% in 1990´s to 4% in 2000´s.
To tackle inequality. While Chile has made substantial progress in reducing
poverty, the average income of the richest 20% was 14 times that of the poorest
20% in 2009.
The government is working on these challenges:
Education reform. Better quality, better access, Free 70%and
Tax Reform, to finance education. those who have more to contribute more
Strong Social policies to favor women, Children, small enterprises
Achieve greater competitiveness, including modernization of the state;
Promote investment and return to high growth rates
To reduce our dependence on energy imports
ProChile, the Chilean Promotion Bureau, is the institution of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile in charge of promoting exports of
products and services.
Also ProChile contributes to dissemination of foreign investment
opportunities and tourism promotion.
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Investment opportunities
INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO 2015-2018: USD 150 BILLIONS
PROCHILE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
ProChile has a network of over 54 offices worldwide
and 15 Export Centers in Chile.
FOREIGN TRADE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
A country open to the
world: 30 signed FTAs with
71 countries
86% of world’s GDP
- Diversification to
emerging countries
- Trade with 191
economies
62% of world’s population
93% of our export market
Existing agreements
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Malaysia
Turkey
Ecuador
Colombia
China
Malaysia
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Australia
Peru
Cuba
Panama
Ecuador
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Japan
India
P-4 (Brunei,
Singapore and
NZ)
• China
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EFTA (Iceland,
Liechtenstein,
Norway,
Switzerland)
• South Korea
• USA
• EU
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Central America
Mexico
Canada
Mercosur
India
Japan
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Venezuela
Bolivia
Thailand
Hong Kong
Vietnam
ECONOMY AND
FOREIGN TRADE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Chile has signed
agreements to avoid
double taxation with 24
countries
Czech Rep finalized:
Soon to be signed
Belgium
Denmark
Spain
France
Ireland
* Denounced by Argentina
Poland
Portugal
UK
Sweden
Switzerland
Norway
Croatia
Canada
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Argentina*
Brazil
Paraguay
South Korea
Thailand
Malaysia
New Zealand
Russia
Existing agreements
Negotiated agreements
Agreements under negotiation
CHILE IN NUMBERS
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
TOTAL EXPORTS, 2012
USD 76,8 billion
55%
28%
11%
6%
MINING
MANUFACTURING
SERVICES
AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY
AND FISHING
INDUSTRY EXPORTS
USD 26.6 billion
37%
23%
12%
Food &beverages
Chemical, rubber,
plastic and others.
Pulp, paper
and others.
Source: ProChile based on Central Bank of Chile, 2012.
11%
8%
Metal products,
Forestry and
machinery
wood furniture.
and equipment.
5%
4%
Basic metal
industry.
Other industrial
products.
FOREIGN TRADE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
• In 2013, Chilean exports declined by 0.78 %
compared with 2012.
• Chilean imports in 2013 increased 1.42 %
compared to 2012.
Source: ProChile based on Central Bank of Chile.
ECONOMY AND FOREIGN TRADE
EXPORTS JANUARY - DECEMBER
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Africa
0,3%
Europe
25%
North America
24%
Europe
18%
Africa
0,4%
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2013
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2003
North America
16%
South and Central
America & ,
Caribbean
16%
South and Central
America & ,
Caribbean
18%
Asia y Oceania
30%
Asia + Oceania
49%
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Source: ProChile based on Central Bank of Chile
ECONOMY AND
FOREIGN TRADE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Chile and Czech Rep. 2013
Chile
Czech Republic
• GDP: USD 269 billions (FMI)
• GDP: USD 201 billions (FMI)
• GDP USD 303 billions (ppp)
• GDP: USD 288,6 billions(ppp)
• per capita GDP: USD 15,400
• per capita GDP: USD 19,100
• Exports: USD 76,3 billions
• Exports: USD 138,5 billions
• Imports: USD 71,6 billions
• Imports: USD 116,7 billions
Source: ProChile based on Central Bank of Chile
ECONOMY AND
FOREIGN TRADE
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Exports from Chile to EU 2013: USD 11.800
Country
Netherlands
Italy
Spain
Belgium
France
Germany
UK
Bulgaria
Greece
Sweden
Denmark
Finland
Poland
Irland
Austria
Czech Republic
Portugal
Lithuania
Rumania
Luxemburg
Latvia
Estonia
Cyprus
Slovak Republic
Hungary
Malta
Slovenia
USD Million
2.446,10
1.654,20
1.517,80
1.341,10
1.100,60
1.018,00
691,70
475,30
231,60
214,00
153,50
105,00
70,00
55,10
47,50
43,30
32,10
27,20
12,30
9,40
8,90
7,80
3,30
3,10
2,80
2,50
1,40
+976%
+980%
+970%
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Exports from Chile
Product
Ferro-molybdenum
bottled wines
Fresh grape
Wool, not carded
dried Plums
Wines > 2l
copper
Fresh or chilled pork
Cranberries
Kiwi
Alcohol Pears
Potasio nitrato
raisins
Fresh apples
fresh pears
corn
Salmon
fresh plums
Frozen pork
Cranberries, bilberries
Salmon fillets
Lithium Carbonate
avocados
Natural honey
plywood
frozen turkey
Peaches and nectarines fresh
Exports from Czech Republic
USD Ths
10.418
5.469
3.224
2.999
2.848
2.481
1.851
1.840
966
952
787
536
477
435
434
416
349
317
313
300
259
252
241
227
208
204
200
Product
Toys, tricycles, etc..
Sausage casings
Cars > 1500 cc a 3000 cc
Cars > 1000 cc a 1500 cc
Faucets and similar
Cars > 1500 cc a 2500 cc
loaders
Electric Shavers
Containers for compressed or liquefied gas
Furniture for storage and display, incorp. cooling /
freezing equipment
Other hand tools
Moles and other worsted wool, other than combed
wool
Film and sheet, etc of plastics
Knives and blades for machines or mechanical
appliances for wood working
Wire products, iron or steel
Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless
networks
Articles of copper
Cars < 1000 cc
USD
Ths
10.374
3.375
2.686
2.228
2.114
1.929
1.780
1.743
1.260
1.207
1.190
1.082
1.077
911
888
852
825
807
FACTS & ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE FOOD INDUSTRY
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
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N°2
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world exporter of:
world exporter of:
world exporter of:
 Blueberries
 Fresh cherries
 Avocado
 Prunes
 Frozen raspberries
 Dehydrated apples
 Salmon (Atlantic)
 Shelled nuts
 Trouts
 Inulin
 Raisins
 Agar-agar
 Preserved peaches
 Table grapes
 Plums
 Salmon (Pacific)
 Hazelnuts
ACHIEVEMENTS OF CHILEAN FOOD INDUSTRY
CHILEAN PROMOTION BUREAU
Everyday in the world…
 16.9 million people enjoy a glass of Chilean wine.
 6.0 million enjoy a portion of Chilean salmon.
 8.6 million drink a glass of Chilean fruit juice.
 8.5 million have Chilean preserved fruits and vegetables.
 4.9 million people enjoy a Chilean portion of dehydrated
fruit.
 1.7 million people eat Chilean frozen fruit.

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