The dynamic agro-food industry has placed Chile as one of the leading providers of off-season fresh produce for the northern hemisphere. It is also the largest exporter of frozen Pacific salmon, frozen trout, fresh blueberries, fresh plums and dried apples.
The growth of primary production sectors, along with the implementation of a supporting industry, has enabled significant advances in the development of competitive advantages in areas such as innovation, production, and compliance with global standards and certifications.
The trade of services accounts for over 30% of the country’s exports that are “not copper”. Its average annual growth rates of 20% respond, among other things, to the modernization of the State, reforms in education, transport and health, infrastructure development, and advances in telecommunications.