All U.S. products enjoy duty-free access to the Chilean market as of January 1, 2015, thanks to the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement.

Since the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement entered into force in 2004, U.S. food and agricultural exports to Chile have grown more than 500 percent, totaling $803 million in FY 2015.

Two-thirds of all U.S. agricultural exports to Chile are high-value, consumer-oriented products, led by red meat and poultry, dairy, prepared foods, and wine and beer. With promising projections for long-term economic stability, Chile offers a market in which U.S. products can be competitive and successful.

Chile is participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), whose implementation will further boost the Chilean economy and tighten integration with the U.S. economy, helping further expand demand for U.S. agricultural products.

Data & Analysis

April 25, 2016
The United States is the world’s largest producer of beef but it also imports more beef than any other country.
April 13, 2016
This monthly report includes information on U.S. and global imports of dairy products, including maximum quantities that can be imported under tariff-rate quota licensing.
April 12, 2016
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April 12, 2016
Monthly report on crop acreage, yield and production in major countries worldwide. Sources include reporting from FAS’s worldwide offices, official statistics of foreign governments....