Newsletter - November 2016

In 2017, Argentina will chair the Eleventh World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference—the organization's top decision-making body. In its role as a leader, Argentina will seek to strengthen multilateralism and to facilitate specific agreements on the new rules of world trade.

During the Third United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III), Argentina undertook to promote more integrated cities, improve the quality of life of their inhabitants and link urban planning to productive development.
The meeting between President Mauricio Macri and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau earlier this year was the first step in a new stage of the bilateral relationship. Trudeau's upcoming visit to Argentina and progress in the field of bilateral trade and investment complete a new scenario characterized by dialogue and cooperation between the two countries.
Argentina has been taking specific actions to strengthen its relationship with the Asia-Pacific region. These actions include the relaunch of the National Committee for Asia and the Pacific and Argentina’s participation in the Pacific Alliance, APEC and ASEAN, in addition to an agenda full of high-level political meetings.

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