B20 was present at the Ibero-American Summit in Guatemala on November 15th
The Summit was held at the colonial Guatemalan City of Antigua and included government representatives and business leaders who discussed how to foster trade with the goal of boosting the region´s development and combating poverty, violence, and political instability.
B20 High Level International Caucus Member and Pan American Energy Chairman Alejandro Bulgheroni participated in the event and presented the B20 policy recommendations during the panel on “Foreign Trade and the internationalization of companies in a constantly changing world”.
The Ibero-American Summit is the meeting of the highest political level of the Ibero-American Conference that is a mechanism of political agreement, focused on the promotion of regional cooperation, based on the cultural and historical similarities of the countries. The Iberoamerican community is made up of 22 Latin American and Iberian countries including Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Uruguay, and Venezuela.