Chile, an agro-food power with unique natural resources, such as excellent quality fish, shellfish, fruits, vegetables, and others.
Because it is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Andes Mountains, the Atacama Desert, and the Southern Ice Fields, Chile has natural barriers and remains isolated from potential pests and diseases.

Tourism: Chile offers natural attractions, nearly unexplored areas, and a diversity of climates and amazing landscapes.
FTA: Chile’s trade agreements facilitate the free circulation of goods and services between countries and regions.

Economy and Human Capital: Chile’s economy is considered one of the most developed and dynamic in Latin America, and its growth rate in recent years has been very stable. It also has the highest Human Development Index (HDI) in Latin America. According to IMF estimates, Chile will reach a per capita GDP of just over US$18,000 by 2014.