Productive sectors

Located in the southwestern corner of South America, Chile surprises with a varied geography drawn among mountains, valleys, deserts, forests and thousands of kilometers of coastline. These geographical conditions, coupled with an exceptional climate, have provided insuperable health barriers that help maintain the high quality of its agricultural, livestock and forestry products.

It is a nation of democratic institutions with an open and stable economic model, favorable for investment, which has remained as one of the most competitive economies in the region. It stands out for its strong institutional framework, the strength and transparency of its public institutions, infrastructure, and for having one of the most efficient and sophisticated financial markets. These are just some of the reasons that made Chile the first South American country to be a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).