Punta Mita hosted the 9th Pacific Alliance Summit, June 19-20
From June 19-20, Punta Mita — and, Mexico’s President Peña Nieto –– hosted the 9th Summit of the Alianza del Pacífico (Pacific Alliance) a regional commercial organization formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. The primary purpose of this organization is to encourage regional integration and foster closer commercial relationships, in order to achieve higher economic growth rates and increased competitiveness for the member nations.
The 9th edition of this reunion took place in Punta Mita, Nayarit on June 19th and 20th, and during these days, Mexico assumed the Pro Tempore Presidence of this organization.
In recent days, vice ministers of the member countries that comprise the organization spoke of an additional 30 countries that are currently acting as observers of this Alliance. They also communicated their desire to accelerate the analysis of agricultural output with the objective of increasing trade flow between members, and to formalize the efforts for strengthening entrepreneurship – small and medium businesses – in the region.
President Peña Nieto stated “Mexico is committed to the integration of the Pacific Alliance and its objectives of economic growth and social development. We are determined to continue contributing to the creation of an area with free movement of goods, services, capital and people. Adding that “It will be an honor to welcome Colombia, Chile and Peru at the 9th Summit of this initiative“.
We are very pleased Punta Mita was chosen to host such an important event, proving once again that this is much more than simply a leisure destination. but a perfect venue for celebrating important meetings and conducting business.