November 3, 2014
Interviewed by: David Snow
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The Macro Impact of the Pacific Alliance

The establishment of the Pacific Alliance trade bloc means its members—Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Peru—have greater bargaining power on the world stage and more opportunities to engage with neighboring countries. This is a positive for their economies and for private equity, says a panel of experts engaged in the region.

The establishment of the Pacific Alliance trade bloc means its members—Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Peru—have greater bargaining power on the world stage and more opportunities to engage with neighboring countries. This is a positive for their economies and for private equity, says a panel of experts engaged in the region.

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