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									FTAA- COMMITTEE OF GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES ON
         THE PARTICIPATION OF CIVIL SOCIETY


Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of Hemispheric Civil Society
                            23 September


     Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
                  Santiago, September 2003


                       DELEGATES’ MANUAL




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                            DELEGATES’ MANUAL
      SECOND ISSUE MEETING WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF HEMISPHERIC CIVIL
                                  SOCIETY
                                 23 September


                      Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
                                   Santiago, September 2003


The Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of Civil Society of the Hemisphere of the Free Trade Area
of the Americas (FTAA) will take place in the city of Santiago, Chile, on September 23, 2003. This
manual compiles basic information for participants on the logistical aspects of these meetings, as well as on
tourist attractions, hotels, and restaurants in Santiago, Chile.

This manual was drafted by the Government of Chile, in collaboration with the General FTAA
Department of Chile’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the FTAA Administrative Secretariat.

Chile lies between the Andean mountain range and the Pacific Ocean on a strip of land that at its broadest
point is only 350 kilometers wide. From its northern border with Peru and Bolivia, the country stretches
4,329 kilometers south to the territories of the Antarctic.

Chile’s geography is marked by contrasts and diversity. The climate in the North has endowed Chile with
the driest desert in the world, the Atacama, while in the central and southern parts of the country, fertile
green valleys abound and provide both the local population and international markets with fruit and
vegetables.

The fact that the country is over 4,000 kilometers long from top to bottom means that it has a wide range of
climates, from the aridity of the North to the torrential rains of the South. According to official definitions,
however, there are three kinds of climate to be found in Chile: arid, temperate, and cold.

The current population of Chile is 15,116,435 people. Of these, 7,447,695 are men, and 7,668,740 are
women. Between 1992 and 2002, when the last census was performed, the population had grown at an
average annual rate of 1.2%.

As far as government structure is concerned, Chile is a democratic republic. There is a clear separation of
State powers, and the three branches operate independently of one another. The executive branch is headed
by the President of the Republic, who also holds the post of Head of State. The judicial branch is headed by
the Supreme Court, and consists of the Appeals Court and the Courts of First Instance. The legislative
branch has two chambers: the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The former consists of 120 deputies
representing the 13 regions that make up the country, while the upper chamber consists of 49 senators.

Chile’s official currency is the Chilean peso. The current exchange rate is approximately 700 pesos per
USD. The country’s official language is Spanish, although some indigenous groups in the North and South
of the country still speak their native tongues. Around 80% of the population is Catholic, but there is a
separation of Church and State, and all religions are respected.

As a participant country in the FTAA process, it is an honor for Chile to host this event and show the
participating countries its traditional hospitality.




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                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS


Draft program                                                                  4y5
Headquarters and Meeting Venue                                                 6
   Location of Offices                                                         6
   Accreditation and Access                                                    7
Inmigration Procedures                                                         8
   Visa Requirements                                                           8
   Vaccination and health declaration for travelers                            9
Transportation                                                                 10
   Ground Transportation from the Airport                                      10
   Car rentals in the City of Santiago                                         10
   Airline Information                                                         11
General Information on the City of Santiago                                    12
   Currency                                                                    12
   Business Hours                                                              12
   Communications                                                              12
   Electricity Supply                                                          12

Hotels                                                                         13 y 14
Emergency Telephone Numbers                                                    15
   Hospitals                                                                   15
Tourist Information on the City of Santiago                                    16
   Points of Interest                                                          16 y 17
   Restaurants                                                                 18
   Shopping Centers                                                            18
Form                                                                           19
   Accreditation Form for the Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of   20
   Hemispheric Civil Society




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 FTAA - COMMITTEE OF GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES ON THE PARTICIPATION
                           OF CIVIL SOCIETY

    II ISSUE MEETING WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF HEMISPHERIC CIVIL SOCIETY

          Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Building
                                Santiago, 23 September 2003


INAUGURATION AND PRESENTATION: THE FTAA TODAY AND CIVIL SOCIETY

        - Chair of the Committee of Government Representatives on the Participation of Civil Society,
          Mr. Luis Fernando Peredo
        - Deputy Executive Secretary of ECLAC, Ms. Alicia Bárcena
        - Director General of International Economic Affairs for Chile, Mr. Osvaldo Rosales

NEGOTIATIONS ON SERVICES IN THE FTAA: What is it all about?

        Chair, Negotiating Group on Services
        Civil society representative
        Debate


SPECIFIC ISSUES RELATED TO SERVICES

        Telecommunications

        Presentation by government representative
        Comments by civil society representative
        Debate

        Professional Services

        Presentation by government representative
        Comments by civil society representative
        Debate

        Cultural Industries

        Presentation by government representative
        Comments by civil society representative
        Debate

        Other topics of interest to civil society

PARTICIPATION OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE FTAA

ROUNDTABLE (moderated by: Chair, Committee of Government Representatives on the
Participation of Civil Society)
National experiences in consultations with civil society for services negotiations. Successful experiences
and participation of civil society in the future FTAA Agreement. How to strengthen and increase the
transparency of the process to build the FTAA.


CLOSING REMARKS




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                             HEADQUARTERS AND MEETING VENUE


The meeting will be held in the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
Building, Raúl Prebisch Room, First Floor.

Address:                   Av. Dag Hammarskjöld 3477, Vitacura, Santiago de Chile
Telephone switchboard:     (56-2) 471-2000 / 210- 2000 / 208-5051
Main Fax:                  (56-2) 208-0252
Mailing Address:           Casilla 179-D, Santiago de Chile

Note: ECLAC, which is headquartered in Santiago, Chile, is one of the five regional commissions of the
United Nations. It was founded for the purposes of contributing to the economic development of Latin
America, coordinating actions directed towards this end, and reinforcing economic relationships among the
countries and with the other nations of the world. The promotion of the region's social development was
later included among its primary objectives.

In June 1951 the Commission established the ECLAC subregional headquarters in Mexico City, which
serves the needs of the Central American subregion, and in December 1966, the ECLAC subregional
headquarters for the Caribbean was founded in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, ECLAC
maintains country offices in Buenos Aires, Brasilia, Montevideo and Bogotá, as well as a liaison office in
Washington, D.C.


About ECLAC

The Secretariat of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC, provides
substantive secretariat services and documentation for the Commission and its subsidiary bodies;
undertakes studies and research; and promotes economic and social development through regional and
subregional cooperation and integration. It also gathers, organizes, interprets and disseminates information
and data relating to the economic and social development of the region; provides advisory services to
Governments at their request, and plans, organizes and executes programmes of technical cooperation.

To the same end, ECLAC formulates and promotes development cooperation activities and projects of
regional and subregional scope commensurate with the needs and priorities of the region; and organizes
conferences and intergovernmental and expert group meetings and sponsors training workshops, symposia
and seminars.

ECLAC assists in bringing a regional perspective to global problems, and therefore coordinates its
activities with those of the major departments and offices at United Nations Headquarters, specialized
agencies and intergovernmental organizations with a view to avoiding duplication and ensuring
complementarity in the exchange of information.




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ACCREDITATION AND ACCESS

The accreditation form are provided in the "Form" section of this document; for the Thematic Issue
Meeting.


Accreditation will take place on the day of the Thematic Issue Meeting (September 23), in the lobby of the
Raúl Prebisch Room (ECLAC Building, First Floor) beginning at 8:00 a.m.


All delegates attending the Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of Civil Society of the Hemisphere
must complete the respective accreditation form attached hereto and send it to the FTAA Department,
Directorate of International Economic Relations, at dptoalcaan@direcon.cl, with a copy to the FTAA
Administrative Secretariat at conference@ftaa-alca.com or the following fax: (52 222) 309-0320, before 12
September 2003.


For reasons of security, delegates must wear their credentials in plain sight when entering the meeting
rooms and participating in official activities during the Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of Civil
Society of the Hemisphere.




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                                   IMMIGRATION PROCEDURES


VISA REQUIREMENTS

a)    Foreign nationals bearing diplomatic or ordinary passports from the following countries will be
      allowed entry and permanence in Chile for a ninety-day period with no visa requirement:

Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bolivia
Canada (Reciprocity payment upon entry: USD 55)
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
El Salvador
Grenada
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico (Reciprocity payment upon entry: USD 15)
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
St. Lucia
Suriname
United States (Reciprocity payment upon entry: USD 100)
Uruguay
Venezuela

b)    Foreign nationals bearing diplomatic or ordinary passports from the following countries must request
      a visa from their nearest Chilean Consulate:

Dominica
Guyana
Trinidad and Tobago

c)    All foreigners must hold a valid passport.




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               VACCINATIONS AND HEALTH DECLARATION FOR TRAVELERS

No vaccinations or health certificates are required in order for foreigners to enter Chile. However, delegates
from the following countries who wish to visit Easter Island are required to present an international yellow
fever vaccination certificate at the Mataveri Airport on Easter Island:

Brazil (States of Acre, Amapá, Amazonas, Goiás, Maranhão, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso del Sur, Pará,
Rondonia, Roraima, Tocantis, Minas Gerais, Paraná and São Paulo)

Bolivia (Departments of Beni, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, and the subtropical zone of the Department of
La Paz)

Colombia (Central Valley of Río Magdalena, the eastern and western areas of the Eastern Cordillera on the
border from Ecuador to Venezuela, Urabá, the eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada, eastern plains or
eastern prairies (Orinoco) and Amazonía)

Panama (Chepo, Darién and San Blas)
Peru (Peruvian jungle area: River basins in the Departments of San Martín, Junín, Huánaco, Pasco,
Ucayali, Madre de Dios, Selva Alta de Puno, Cusco, Cajamarca, Amazonas, and Iquitos)

Venezuela (Wooded areas in the states of Miranda, Yaracuy, Falcon, Zulia, and Táchira)

Ecuador (Areas bordering yellow fever-endemic zones in Peru and Colombia, and the States of Sucumbios
and Morona Santiago)

Guyana
Suriname
French Guyana




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                                           TRANSPORTATION


GROUND TRANSPORTATION FROM THE AIRPORT

The “Comodoro Arturo Benítez” International Airport is located 20 km west of the city.
Minibuses, buses, and taxis provide ground transportation to and from the airport. Roundtrip bus or shuttle
fares run approximately USD 12. Taxicab fares fluctuate between USD 15 and USD 20.

TransVip
Reservations: 56 2 6773000
www.transvip.cl

Transfer Delfos
Reservations: 56 2 766 2290
E-mail: transferdelfos@123mail.cl


CAR RENTALS IN THE CITY OF SANTIAGO

Participants wishing to rent a car in Santiago may contact any of the following car rental companies:

Avis Chile
Reservations: 600-6019966
From mobile phones: (56-2) 331 - 01 - 27
Fax : (56-2) 331 00 82
E-mail : reservas@avischile.cl
www.avischile.cl

Dollar Rent a Car
E-mail: reservas@dollarchile.cl
Web: www.dollarchile.cl

United Rent a Car
Tel. Nos.: (56-2) 236 14 83 – 236 1485
Fax : (56-2) 236 1476
E-mail : info@united-chile.com
Web: www.united-chile.com

Costanera Rent a Car
Tel. No. : (56-2) 2111 510
Fax : (56-2) 212 4807
E-mail : info@costanerarent.cl
Web: www.costanerarent.cl




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                                 AIRLINE INFORMATION


Aerolíneas Argentinas
Tel. No.: (56 2) 639 5001
                  639 39 22
                  690 1031

Aeroméxico
Tel. No.: (56 2) 390 1000
                  600 390 1090

American Airlines
Tel. No.: (56 2) 601 9272
                  679 0000

Copa
Tel. No.: (56 2) 200 2100
                  601 1313

Delta Air Lines
Tel. No.: (56 2) 690 1555
                  800 20 20 20

Lanchile
Tel. No.: (56 2) 526 2000

Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano S.A.
Tel. No.: (56 2) 600 200 2015
                  690 1130

Pluna
Tel. No.: (56 2) 638 3844
                 690 1348

Taca
Tel. No.: (56 2) 235 5500
                  690 1275

Varig
Tel. No.: (56 2) 707 8000
                 707 8001
                 690 1349




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                                    GENERAL INFORMATION
                               CHILE: WHERE NATURE MOVES YOU

Few countries in the world have the variety of landscapes and climates found in Chile. Extensive
coastlines, lakes, volcanoes, glaciers, valleys, native forests, and deserts shape the scenery throughout this
land of contrasts. Chile is a land of extremes: the Atacama Desert in the north, and vast expanses of
millennial ice in the south. The Andes Range and the Pacific Ocean cradle myriad valleys and vineyards in
the central area, and extensive native forests in the south. To discover Chile, its ancestral cultures, natural
wealth, and wildlife areas, is a unique and unforgettable adventure.

Chile's geography has shaped its history. The ways of life of its first inhabitants evolved in keeping with
their local climate. Thus, each region has its very own legends, traditions, cuisine, arts and crafts, and
products.

The diversity of the Chilean landscape makes for a land that serves up nature in a host of varied settings,
offering tourists with special interests a cornucopia of adventure-filled activities: mountain-climbing,
horseback riding, skiing the Andes, archeological explorations in the Atacama Desert, admiring flora and
fauna throughout the country, scuba diving and swimming in the Pacific, tours through the magnificent
wine valleys, rafting and kayaking in rivers and fjords, sailing among icebergs, or tours to ancient ritual
sites on Easter Island, are just some of the many activities available to tourists in Chile.

The city of Santiago, Chile’s capital, is an emerging, dynamic metropolis that boasts gorgeous, modern
residential neighborhoods, an historic downtown area, a bohemian quarter, and one of the most important
museums of pre-Columbian art in all of Latin America. Santiago is a friendly, cozy city, nestled among the
imposing Andes range, the Pacific coastline, and a beautiful countryside, all within easy grasp.

The city was founded on 12 February 1541 by Pedro de Valdivia, a Spanish conquistador, at the foot of the
Santa Lucía Hill. The city was originally planned in a checkerboard or chessboard fashion, with Arms
Square at the center. Today, the Avenida del Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins cuts across the entire city,
although its name changes to Avenida Providencia, Avenida Apoquindo, and Avenida Las Condes as it
moves eastward. The Americo Vespucio Beltway surrounds the city and provides access to Santiago from
all directions.

Santiago is both the capital of the metropolitan area and the country’s administrative, political, and cultural
center. It is 520 meters above sea level and its Mediterranean-style climate ranges in temperature from an
average of 14°C, to a low of 7.5°C in July and a high of 22°C in January.

Ski centers are only 50 km from the city (skiing season runs from May to September). In the spring
(October and November), Chileans take to the outdoors to attend different fairs and expositions, while in
the summer (January and February), outdoor theater presentations have become a tradition.

Currency: The national currency is the Chilean peso, freely exchanged in banks and currency exchange
offices, where no special identification document is required. Approximate exchange rate: USD 1 = CLP
700.

Business hours:
Currency exchange offices: MondayFriday, 9:00–18:00; Saturday, 9:0014:00.
Banks: Monday to Friday, 9:0014:00.
Stores: In Santiago, department stores open 10:0021:00 hours, Monday to Friday. In the outlying regions,
shops normally close from 14:00 to 16:00 hours.

Communications: To call Chile from abroad, the country code is 56; Santiago’s city code is 2. To call
from the interior or from region to region, several telephone carriers offer different rates, according to the
time of day, so please inquire before making any calls.

Electricity supply: 220 volts alternate



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HOTELS

* In accordance with the domestic laws in force, non-resident foreigners in Chile who pay with
dollars, travelers’ checks, or international credit cards are exempted from payment of the 18% local
tax on personal expenses.

             HOTEL                       DESCRIPTION AND RATE               ADDRESS AND COMMENTS


      DIRECTOR HOTEL                Single or Double Room                   Vitacura 3600 – Santiago Chile
              ****                  USD 120                                 Zip code 6670172
                                    Junior Suite, (Double)                  Telephone: (56-2) 389 19 61 - 207
                                                                            15 80
                                    USD 85
                                                                            Contact: Karen Gebert
                                    Deluxe Room        USD 65
                                                                            Website: www.director.cl
                                    * Buffet breakfast
                                                                            Reservations: reservas@director.cl
                                    * Tax (18% of room rate) not included


HOTEL SHERATON SANTIAGO Standard Room                           USD 85      Avda. Sta. Maria - Santiago Chile
             *****                  Double Room        USD 130              Telephone: (56-2) 235 50 00
                                    Executive Suite, USD 250                Contact: Claudia Ruiz
                                    * Buffet breakfast
                                    * Tax (18% of room rate) not included


   CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL               Single Room                 USD 85      Alameda 136 – Santiago, Chile
            *****                   Double Room        USD 105              Tel.: (56-2) 638 10 42 – 685 53 79
                                    Executive Single Room       USD 115     Contact: Paola Cafarena
                                    Executive Single Room       USD 135
                                    * Buffet breakfast
                                    * Tax (18% of room rate) not included


      MARRIOTT HOTEL                Standard Single USD 85                  Av. Kennedy 5741
                                                                            Las Condes, Santiago
             *****                  Standard Single USD 110
                                                                            Telephone: 56 2 426 20 00
                                    Standard Executive Single USD 115
                                                                            E-mail:
                                    Standard Executive Single USD 130
                                                                            carlos.sepulveda@marriotthotels.co
                                    Business Suite USD 190                  m
                                    * Buffet breakfast
                                    * Tax (18% of room rate) not included
INTER-CONTINENTAL HOTEL Standard Single or Double USD 90                    Av. Vitacura 2885
                        Standard Deluxe Single or Double USD
                                                                            Las Condes, Santiago
                        110
                        *Both rates include buffet breakfast,               Telephone: (562) 394 2000
                        broadband Internet access, and use of
                                                                            Fax : (562) 394 2975
                        Business Center.

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                       * Tax (18% of room rate) not included     www.hotelintercontinental.cl
                                                                 reservas@interconti.cl
HOTEL BEST WESTERN     Single Room USD 45                        Av. 11 de Septiembre 2155 T.B. Of.
                       Double Room USD 55                        1204.
                       * Buffet Breakfast                        Providencia, Santiago
                       * Tax (18% of room rate) not included     Teléfono: (56-)2 233 4343
                                                                 www.bestwestern.com
HOTEL ALCALA DEL RIO   Single Room USD 45                        Padre Mariano 331
                       Double Room USD 55
                                                                 Providencia- Santiago
                       Groups of 10 or more:
                       Single USD 40 and Double USD 50           Telephone: 56 2 236 0871
                       Rates include continental breakfast in
                       room or buffet breakfast in restaurant.   www.hotelalcala.cl

HOTEL LOS ESPAÑOLES    Single Room USD 55                        Av. Santa Maria 2828
                       Double Room USD 65
                                                                 Providencia, Santiago
                       * Both rates include buffet breakfast,
                       broadband Internet access, and use of     Teléfono 56 2 334 5068
                       Business Center.
                                                                 www.losespanoles.cl
                       * Tax (18% of room rate) not included




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                             EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS


Fire Department:                                  132
Medical emergencies:                              131
Police:                                           133
Police Information:                               139




HOSPITALS

Hospital Clínico de la Universidad Católica de Chile
Marcoleta 367, Santiago
Telephone: (562) 633 2051
Fax : (562) 635 4948
Web: www.saluduc.cl

Hospital Clínico de la Universidad de Chile
Santos Dumont 999, Independencia
Telephone: (562) 678 8000 – 678 8557
Web : www.hospital.uchile.cl

Clínica Santa María
Av. Santa María 0500, Providencia
Telephone: (562) 461 2000
Emergencies: (562) 461 3001
E-mail: info@csm.cl
Web: www.csm.cl

Clínica Alemana
Av. Vitacura 5951
Av. Manquehue Norte 1410
Telephone: (562) 210 1111 – 212 9700
Emergencies: (562) 210 1334
E-mail : clinica@alemana.cl




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        TOURIST INFORMATION ON THE CITY OF SANTIAGO AND SURROUNDINGS




POINTS OF INTEREST



                        Venue                                                  Address

Pablo Neruda Foundation                                 www.fundacionneruda.org
Activities:

Pablo Neruda Tour of Santiago
                                                      Designed for tourists visiting the capital city, the cost
This tour, which includes a visit to La Chascona
                                                      of the half-day trip is USD 70 dollars and USD 130
house/museum and the collection of books and
                                                      for the full-day trip.
shells that Neruda gave to the University of Chile in
1954, is a recent private project aimed at increasing
interest in cultural issues.

Casa Museo La Chascona
La Chascona is the name Neruda gave his Santiago        Fernando Márquez de la Plata 0192, Providencia,
home, located at the foot of Mount San Cristóbal.       Santiago
Here, he attempted to recreate the surroundings of      Telephone/fax: (56 2) 777 8741 - 737 8712
his childhood in his homeland of Southern Chile. He     Business hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-13:00, and
lived here with Matilde Urrutia, who later restored     15:00-18:00
the house, which was severely damaged during the
1973 coup d’état.

Casa Museo La Sebastiana
The poet named his house in Valparaíso La               Ferrar 692 – Valparaíso (Telephone 56-32-256 606)
Sebastiana. Later reconstructed and converted into a    Admission fee: USD 3
public museum, it houses a permanent collection of      Tuesday-Friday 10:30 – 14:10 and 15:30:00 - 18:00
Neruda videos, as well as temporary exhibits.           Saturday, Sunday, and holidays 10:30 - 18:00
                                                        www.Lasebastiana-neruda.cl



Casa Museo Isla Negra
The trip begins with a drive through the beautiful Price per person USD 95
natural scenery of the Central Valley, through www.santiagotour.cl
beckoning pine and eucalyptus forests to the Pacific
Ocean and the exclusive resort of Algarroba, with its
with beautiful homes and well-kept gardens.
The drive along the coast leads to the picturesque
port of San Antonio, with its bustling and colorful
fish and seafood market; to the beach resort of Isla
Negra, home to the seaside Pablo Neruda
Home/Museum. Neruda’s former home is filled
with the 1971 Nobel Prize-winning poet’s collection
of beautiful figureheads from old ships, seashells,
endless personal belongings, and manuscripts of his
extraordinary literary works, a testament to the many
facets of Neruda's genius.

                                                 Balmaceda 1215 - Santiago
Mapocho Railway Station of Santiago
                                                 Telephone: 56 – 2 – 361 17 61
This train station, built between 1904-1910, was www.estacionmapocho.cl
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inaugurated in 1913 to celebrate Chile’s Centennial
Anniversary of Independence. Abandoned for many
years, this station was restored and is now home to a
cultural center.

Central Market of Santiago                             Ismael Valdés Vergara, in the 900 block, Santiago
Built in 1868 as an exhibition hall, the market is now
among the best places to savor quality seafood and
typical dishes in picturesque, colorful surroundings.


Pre-Columbian Art Museum of Chile                      Bandera 361 - Santiago
This museum, housed in the Royal Customs Palace, Telephone: 02 – 688 73 48
is located on one of Santiago’s most historical street www.precolombino.cl
corners, near Plaza de Armas.
The museum contains a collection of pre-Columbian
artifacts representing different cultures of the
Americas, selected for their beauty and cultural
value; as well as ceramics, paintings, sculptures, and
textiles from different ethnic groups.


For further tourist information, please consult the Government of Chile’s National Tourism Service
website: http://www.sernatur.cl




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RESTAURANTS

         Name                            Address                       Telephone    Approximate price
                                                                                       per person
ISLA NEGRA                  Av. El Bosque Norte 0325,              (2) 231 3118    USD 20
Chilean cuisine             PROVIDENCIA, Santiago
AZUL PROFUNDO               Constitución 111,                      (2) 7380288     USD 20
Fish and seafood            BELLAVISTA, Providencia
EL FOGON                    Vitacura 9584, LAS CONDES,             (2) 202 5903
MAGALLANICO                 Santiago
Chilean cuisine
PUERTO MARISKO              Av. Isidora Goyenechea 2918,           (2) 233 2096    USD 20
Fish and seafood            PROVIDENCIA, Santiago
RESTAURANT                  Orrego Luco 125 ,                      (2)231 9424     USD 20
LE FLAUBERT                 PROVIDENCIA, Santiago
French cuisine
RISTORANTE                  Nueva de Lyon 77,                      (2) 231 7969    USD 20
RIVOLI                      PROVIDENCIA, Santiago
Italian cuisine
GIRATORIO                   Av. 11 de Septiembre 2250, 16th Fl.,   (2) 334 5559    USD 15
RESTAURANT  LA             PROVIDENCIA, Santiago
ESTANCIA
International cuisine



SHOPPING CENTERS
Santiago’s main shopping centers are:


Parque Arauco Shopping Center.
Av. Kennedy 5413
LAS CONDES - Santiago

Alto Las Condes
Av Kennedy 9001
LAS CONDES - Santiago

Apumanque
Manquehue Sur 31
LAS CONDES - Santiago

Plaza Artesanos de Manquehue
Manquehue Sur 329
LAS CONDES - Santiago

Centro Comercial La Dehesa Shopping
Av El Rodeo 12850
LO BARNECHEA - Santiago




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FORM




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       ALCA - COMITÉ DE REPRESENTANTES GUBERNAMENTALES SOBRE LA
                   PARTICIPACIÓN DE LA SOCIEDAD CIVIL /
 FTAA - COMMITTEE OF GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES ON THE PARTICIPATION
                             OF CIVIL SOCIETY

             IIª Reunión Temática con la participación de la Sociedad Civil Hemisférica
              Second Issue Meeting with the Participation of Hemispheric Civil Society

                FORMULARIO DE ACREDITACION / ACCREDITATION FORM

              Edificio de la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe, CEPAL /
             Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Building
                                             Santiago, Chile
                              23 de septiembre de 2003 / September 23, 2003


          Representante gubernamental                   Representante no gubernamental
          Government Representative                    Non-Governmental Representative

Nombre/ Name ___________________________ País/ Country ___________________

Número de pasaporte / Passport number ______________________________________

Cargo / Title _____________________________________________________________

Organización/ Organization _________________________________________________

Dirección/ Address ________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Teléfono/ Telephone __________________________ Fax______________________

Correo electrónico/ E-mail / __________________________________________________

Llegada / Arrival:
Aerolínea y número de vuelo/ Airline and Flight Number _________________________
Fecha de llegada/ Arrival date ______________________ Hora/ Time ______________

Salida/ Departure:
Aerolínea y número de vuelo/ Airline and Flight Number _________________________
Fecha de salida/ Departure date ____________________ Hora/ Time _______________

Hotel donde se alojará/ Hotel accommodation ______________________________


Favor de llenar el presente formulario y remitirlo al Departamento ALCA de la Dirección General de
Relaciones Económicas Internacionales al correo electrónico dptoalcaan@direcon.cl con copia a la
Secretaría Administrativa del ALCA: al correo electrónico conference@ftaa-alca.com o al siguiente
número de fax: (52 222) 309-0320 /
Kindly complete this form and forward it to the FTAA Department, Directorate of International Economic
Relations by email to dptoalcaan@direcon.cl, with copy to the FTAA Administrative Secretariat via email:
conference@ftaa-alca.com, or via fax: (52 222) 309-0320




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