The leaders of Chile, Argentina and Mexico have all announced the opening of their economic delegations to business leaders and executives from across the Americas.
The three countries, along with a host of other Latin American countries, are planning to hold the economic summit at the Hotel Raimondo in Santiago, Chile.
The summit, which will be hosted by the United States, will aim to boost trade and investment, stimulate economic growth, strengthen economic ties and strengthen economic participation.
The three countries have been in talks on a number of economic and trade issues.
“We are very pleased to welcome the participation of many of our Latin American partners and partners in this event,” said Secretary of State John Kerry.
“We look forward to the day when our nations will again be able to work together and share our shared experiences and insights on how we can strengthen economic growth and prosperity around the world.”
The countries are set to host a number events at the summit, including a number talks on the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and a summit on regional economic cooperation.
Kerry said that the leaders of Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Chile have all expressed interest in participating in this summit.