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VII Annual Convention: Towards regional convergence in the services sector/////////////////////////////

The VII Annual Convention of the Latin American Services Exporters Association (ALES) “Towards regional convergence in the services sector” to be held in Quito, Ecuador on November 15 and 16, 2017. The Convention is organized by PRO ECUADOR, FEDEXPOR and ALES. 

Registration will open soon!  

VI Annual Convention: From Theory to Practice in the International Trade in Services/////////////////////////////

The VI Annual Convention of the Latin American Services Exporters Association (ALES) “From Theory to Practice in the International Trade in Services” was held in Santiago de Chile on October 12 and 13, 2016. The Convention was organized by ALES, the General Direction of International Economic Relations (DIRECON) and ProChile.

The purpose of the event was to promote Latin America’s competitiveness in the global services market. We aim at developing the region’s growth, as well as attracting FDI in high-end services and encouraging entrepreneurship.

Save your spot:  www.event2016.ales-lac.org

V Annual Convention: "Global Services: Latin America in the race for talent"/////////////////////////////

The Latin American Association of Service Exporters had  the V Annual Convention: "Global Services: Latin America in the race for talent" on August 6th and 7th in Guatemala City, Guatemala.Organized jointly by ALES, IDB, The Guatemalan Ministry of Economy and Invest in Guatemala; a remarkable event for boosting Latin America’s positioning in International Trade in Services.

IV Annual Convention: Latin America in the Knowledge and Information Economy/////////////////////////////

The IV ALES Annual Convention, organized jointly by ALES, IADB and Argentine Chamber of Commerce, was a remarkable event for boosting Latin America’s positioning in International Trade in Services.

Third Annual Convention: Latin America, Global Services Destination/////////////////////////////

The Third Convention, which brought together 50 representatives from more than twenty countries, was the setting for the presentation of the "Information System for the services sector in Latin America". This is an innovative and practical tool that provides access to relevant data to exporters, investors and promotion agencies. 

ALES Second Convention/////////////////////////////

The Quito Convention represents a milestone, as in that ocation the Association became an International Organization and the Information System contents were introduced

 

 

ALES First Convention/////////////////////////////

While in Bogota, the ALES members approved the first Common Regional Nomenclator about services and the methodology to measure the sector's trade