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Uruguayan companies will be able to sell their products on Amazon

This week, the U.S. e-commerce giant included Uruguay as an eligible country to sell products through ...

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The new Global Services Report by Uruguay XXI was presented

Global Services exports totaled US$ 3.4 billion in 2018 and represent approximately 25% ...

Level UY celebrated a new edition of virtual training

The largest video game event in Uruguay brought together industry professionals and students ...

A new edition of Uruguay Best Practices in Pharma Supply Chain has begun

The largest event of the sector in the region presents a cycle of webinars with international ...

Uruguay showed the best of its audiovisual production at Ventana Sur

An important Uruguayan delegation was present in the main audiovisual market of the region.

Uruguay took part in the Southern Cone Investment Forum

Together with Argentina and Chile, the country co-organized the leading event on the Private ...

Virtual multi-sector business round by Uruguay XXI with excellent results for companies

The event allowed for 139 business meetings between 80 Uruguayan exporters and 37 important ...

The Program "Uruguay Audiovisual" presented with the aim of doubling the sector's exports in one year

On November 25, the national government presented the Uruguay Audiovisual Program (PUA), ...

Grow your business with "Pyme al mundo" (SME to the world)

Join this proposal of professionalization for exporting SMEs or those with export potential.

Join the Catalog for International Buyers of Uruguay XXI

Register to position your company in front of potential international buyers. It is free ...

III European Investment Forum in Uruguay

The Delegation of the European Union in Uruguay, the European Parliament in Uruguay and ...

Uruguay, an innovation hub in financial services

A favorable fintech ecosystem, a regulator that promotes innovation, specific incentives ...

The new exports per department report by Uruguay XXI is now online

Montevideo and Colonia are responsible for almost 40% of Uruguay's foreign placements.