Extending for over 2,500 miles along Latin America’s southwestern coast, Chile is protected by natural barriers of mountains, glaciers, dessert and sea, creating a pristine environment for plants and wildlife to ﬂourish.
In 2013, Chilean exports to the United States totaled USD 9,731 million, a 2% increase compared to 2012 (USD 9,554 million). Food and beverages shipments totaled USD 3,653 million.
ChileBiotech, an initiative of the Chilean Association of Biotechnology (ASEMBIO) together with ProChile, will be attending next week’s 2014 BIO International Convention in San Diego, California.
An “experience” for international students who choose academic exchanges in Chile is the promise of “Learn Chile”, a brand that has the support of 21 Chilean higher education institutions and ProChile.
10 entrepreneurs represented some of the best innovative products “made in Chile” at the “Start Up Village” of eMerge Americas, event which intends to unify the industry trends of technology and innovation in the Americas.
The South American country arrives in San Francisco for the third consecutive time to showcase a diverse and creative export supply, ranging from games to social networks and tablets. Chilean authority say the industry has grown in size but that quality is even better, a well-cared trademark since the start of the Chilean game industry.
15 startups developed in Chile were part of the Interactive section of this event. It is one of the main platforms for current and future trends in IT. Through various activities Chile showcased the attributes earned as an entrepreneurship and innovation hub worldwide.
Chilean Entrepreneurs Convene at SXSW Interactive 2014, Establishing Chile as the Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Latin America, and Beyond.
On the same day that marks the 439th anniversary of the discovery of the Juan Fernández islands, the Juan Fernández rock lobster (Jasus frontalis) fishery has entered into independent, third-party assessment in the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) certification program.
The list compiled by British consultancy QS is led for second year running by Paris, followed by London and Singapore.
VirtualTourist.com, a leading travel research website and community that is part of TripAdvisor Media Group, announced that after more than five million worldwide votes, Turismo Chile’s entry of Torres del Paine National Park has been named the “8th Wonder of the World.” Chilean born actor Cristian de la Fuente made the announcement on Los Angeles’s top morning show “Good Day L.A.”
The plan aims to make the digital economy 10 percent of the Andean nation’s GDP.
Chile’s economic activity expanded 4.4% in April from the same month a year ago
With an in ow of US$30,323 million in 2012, Chile climbed from 17th to 11th place among the world’s largest FDI recipients