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MERCOSUR

Ever since the signing of the 1991 Treaty of Asuncion, the consolidation of MERCOSUR has fostered cooperation and complementarity between the governments and economic and social actors of its member countries. The adoption of common rules and the growing interdependence between MERCOSUR companies have contributed to multiplying the volume of trade within the bloc, while the provision of infrastructure and financing tools has laid the foundations for greater physical and productive integration, which is the main challenge facing the regional group See more

About MERCOSUR

The Southern Common Market is a regional integration process comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay whose main goal is to promote a common space for creating trade and investment opportunities through competitive integration into the international market. Visit mercosur.int for information on:




Authorities

Regular National Coordinator of the Common Market Council (CMC)
Ambassador Santiago Cafiero

Regular National Coordinator of the Common Market Council (CMC)
Ambassador Cecilia Todesca Bocco

Alternate Regular National Coordinator of the Common Market Council (CMC)
Ambassador Rossana Surballe

Regular National Coordinator of the MERCOSUR Trade Commission (CCM)
Minister Roxana Cecilia Sánchez

Regular National Coordinator of the MERCOSUR Policy Consultation and Consensus-Building Forum (FCCP)
Ambassador Juan Carlos Valle Raleigh