The prestigious Latin American Investment Forum (LAIF) is now in its third year. Embassies and Trade & Investment Agencies from over 17 Latin American countries will showcase the most relevant up-to-date development opportunities in Latin America.
The Latin American Trade & Investment Association coordinates and implements strategies to attract foreign direct investment, to boost trade and to promote the internationalisation of Latin American companies, contributing to the socio-economic development of Latin America.
Prime Minister David Cameron celebrated UK companies winning trade deals with Brazil worth more than £100 million, as he led a delegation of more than 50 British businesses to the South American country.
William Hague MP addressed the Latin American Investment Forum 2013
The British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs highlighted the strong and consistent economic ties between the United Kingdom and Latin America, encouraged british companies to invest in the region and marked the relevance LAIF has in streghtening economic relations.
Latin American countries showcased their investment opportunities in London
Over 500 high-ranking executives participated in the third edition of the 'Latin American Investment Forum', LAIF 2013, which took place last Thursday 14th March at Guildhall. The British Secretary for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, the Rt Hon William Hague MP was the keynote speaker of the event.