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On January 20, the Government of Chile declared a state of emergency and requested international assistance to combat wildfires that took place in the regions of Biobio, La Araucania, Los Lagos....
Minister of Agriculture Carlos Furche took immediate actions on March 20th to suspend all imports of Brazilian pork, poultry and beef due to the recent scandal surrounding adulterated beef....
This report updates import certification requirements that companies need to export their agricultural products to Chile.
South America is one of the fastest-growing world regions for exports of U.S. farm and food products, and Chile and Peru are among the most rapidly growing markets in the region.
The U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (PTPA) has significantly benefitted U.S.-origin food and agricultural product exports to Peru.
This report outlines Peru’s regulatory requirements for food and agricultural product imports.
This report identifies Peru’s import requirements for foreign export certificates, highlighting current procedures and relevant oversight agencies.
The Ministry of Health published in the Official Gazette the new regulation for the Nutritional Labeling of Food.
U.S. agricultural exports to South America nearly doubled in the past four years, reaching a record of more than $8 billion in calendar year 2014.
The U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement (PTPA) has led to record food and agricultural product exports for both countries.
Since the last Export Certificate report was issued by FAS/Santiago in 2013, a new protocol for equine was added for their temporary entrance into Chile, which was negotiated during 2014.