The five-year contract will come into operation within the next three months.
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The company has signed the sector’s first Clean Production Agreement (CPA) in order to continue improving its environmental standards in line with its global undertakings in this field.
The economic recovery plan to address the impact of Covid-19 envisages US$8,000 million for the infrastructure sector.
ISA has signed a joint venture with a Colombian construction company that will have a starting capital of US$1.3 million.
The Chinese technology giant is participating in the race to win the tender for the Civil Registry’s new identification system, identity cards and passports.
The CEO of the Spanish company indicated that it has gradually increased its stake in the GNL Quintero regasification plant in which it currently holds 45.4%.
The technology firm has tripled the productivity of the Teledoc company by developing a platform that automates part of its tasks.
The virus outbreak could cause global foreign direct investment (FDI) to shrink by 5%-15%. UNCTAD also projects an impact of -0,5% in the global GDP growth.
Venture X was founded in 2012 and forms part of the United Franchise Group, headquartered in Palm Beach, Florida; it owns nine brands, with more than 1,500 franchises across 80 countries.
Following its debut in Chile in 2010, Acalis already has ten centers in Santiago, Viña del Mar and Concepción and has recently acquired the operation of a competitor, Ambar Residence.
The Peruvian mining company stressed that rare earths are essential in a number of technological components and some are critical for the manufacture of the permanent magnets used in electric vehicles.
The firm plans to establish a factory in Chile to develop more healthy foods and, in the future, personal care products, such as creams, and household products such as detergents and dishwashing liquids.
“Through the operation of these three wind farms, we will contribute clean energy to the system and, specifically, central Chile,” said the Norwegian company’s vice-president for South America, Laine Powell.
The company, with over half a century in Chile, aims to double the weight of Latin America in its total revenues, taking it to 10%.
The inflows reached US$14.1 billion for 277 projects, which will generate 15,408 jobs. Among all sectors, mining stood out with US$4.8 billion of the total investment, which in turn explains Canada's leadership in the analysis by country.
In activities in Beijing and Shanghai, the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency presented a new publication to facilitate Chinese companies’ investment in Chile.