During a new version of InvestChileTalks, led by Economy Minister Nicolás Grau and InvestChile Director Karla Flores, the key aspects of the role to be played by foreign investment in Chile were announced. The event was attended by 40 representatives from 17 binational chambers of commerce.
Recovering investment and productivity is one of the pillars of the Government’s agenda. Attracting foreign investment is key to achieving this, as it plays a significant role in closing gaps, developing capabilities, creating high-quality jobs, and increasing the sophistication of the country’s production system.
“Foreign investment is a way of getting where we want to go more quickly in terms of the cultural practices inside companies and also technological transfer, which increases our country’s production capacities,” explained Grau.
Meanwhile, InvestChile’s director called on the chambers of commerce present at the meeting to join its efforts, which are focused on three main pillars: positioning foreign investment as a political and economic tool for the country’s development strategy; promoting foreign investment in order for its benefits to pay an effective role in resolving the urgent needs of the Chilean people; and positioning Chile as a hub of investment opportunities for future-focused solutions.