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Pacific Alliance

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The Pacific Alliance (Spanish: Alianza del Pacífico - AP) is a Latin American trade bloc, formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, which all border the Pacific Ocean. The alliance was formed with the express purpose of improving regional integration and moving toward complete freedom in the movement of goods, services, capital and people between the four member states. Together, these four countries have a combined population of nearly 230 million people and make up roughly 35% of Latin American GDP.

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Members, Observers and other participations

Full members Observers Special members
Colombia Argentina Australia
Chile Austria Canada
Mexico Belarus New Zealand
Peru Belgium Singapore
  Cambodia  
  Costa Rica  
  Croatia  
  Czech Republic  
  China  
  Dominican Republic  
  Ecuador  
  Egypt  
  Finland  
  France  
  Georgia  
  Germany  
  Great Britain  
  Greece  
  Guatemala  
  Haiti  
  Honduras  
  Hungary  
  India  
  Indonesia  
  Israel  
  Italy  
  Japan  
  Korea South  
  Lithuania  
  Morocco  
  Netherlands  
  Panama  
  Paraguay  
  Poland  
  Portugal  
  Romania  
  Russia  
  Serbia  
  Slovakia  
  Slovenia  
  Spain  
  Sweden  
  Switzerland  
  Thailand  
  Timor East  
  Trinidad & Tobago  
  Turkey  
  Ukraine  
  United Arab Emirates  
  United States of America  

 

 

 


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