DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES OF COLOMBIA, CHILE, MEXICO AND PERU PARTICIPATED IN A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON THE PACIFIC ALLIANCE AT THE LATIN AMERICAN CENTRE - OXFORD UNIVERSITY

On Friday 7 June, the representatives of the four embassies of the Pacific Alliance countries in the United Kingdom took part in a roundtable at the Latin American Centre, Oxford University, where they shared an insightful discussion about the progress made in 8 years since the creation of the Pacific Alliance and its relevance as a platform for trade integration with the world.

The discussion was chaired by Eduardo Posada Carbó, Professor of History and Politics of Latin America and Director of the Latin American Centre and moderated by Dr Martin Carrizosa, Academic Visitor at St Antony’s College and founding partner of Philippi, Prietocarrizosa, Ferrero DU & Uría, a leading latin american law firm.

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