Written by Gyorgyi Macsai (Members’ Research Service) with Igor Tkalec (GlobalStat, EUI).
Trade relations between the EU and Chile are imbalanced not only in terms of trends in export and import of goods, but also in the diversity of trade products and in their ranking in the list of main trade partners. The EU was Chile’s third biggest trade partner in 2021, with a 10,4 % share in Chile’s trade with the world. Germany, Spain and the Netherlands are leading the list of Chile’s top EU trade partners.
Read this infographic on ‘Chile: Economic indicators and trade with EU‘ in the Think Tank pages of the European Parliament.
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