August 5, 2021.- As part of the schedule of activities that has been jointly designed between the countries of the Pacific Alliance, during the pro tempore presidency of Colombia, the Ambassadors of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru participated in the television program ‘Talk with World Leaders’ of the Phoenix TV network, in order to publicize this regional integration mechanism in China, an observer country and strategic partner. Within this framework, they presented the commercial opportunities and synergies between the countries of the bloc to continue consolidating their product offerings and the strengths of their economies to penetrate this market and jointly face common challenges.
The Pacific Alliance is the eighth largest economic power and the eighth largest exporter in the world. The four countries concentrate a population of 230 million people and offer competitive advantages for international business, with a clear orientation towards the Asia-Pacific region, with China as a priority market, with whom, in recent years, thanks to the power of integration, there has been a constant and progressive growth in commercial exchanges.
The television program ‘Talk With World Leaders’ of the Phoenix TV network has an audience reach of 500 million viewers in different broadcast channels worldwide, particularly in China, Europe and the United States. The Pacific Alliance broadcast will be divided into two episodes, the second of which will air this Friday, August 6 at 10 p.m. China time and can be viewed on the website www.ifeng.com. The first episode had an active audience of 41 million people across all media.
This show is conducted by renowned host and producer, Fu Xiaotian. Some of the personalities who have been guests on her program include the 8˚ Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, the then Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, the former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe and the Secretary of State of the United States, John Kerry.
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