Chile is in the Southern part of South America with its coastline facing the Pacific Ocean. The capital, Santiago, lies in a valley surrounded by the Andes and the Chilean Coast Range mountains, which offers an exquisite landscape that draws more than four million foreign tourists a year.
With more than 19 million people, Chile ranks as the sixth most populous country in South America. Chile holds the Pacific Alliance’s best investment profile along with many free trade agreements in the region. Chile also led the creation of the Progress of South America (PROSUR) a forum in defense of a market economy, social agenda, sustainability and development.