On 20 September 2007, Chile and China signed an environmental cooperation agreement based on Article 108 of the Free Trade Agreement. In December 2015, Chile and China conducted technical negotiations to broaden and deepen their existing agreement. The meeting focused on trade in services, e-commerce, rules of origin, customs procedures and trade facilitation, market access, environment, competition policy and technical and economic cooperation. With this new agreement, ATPCO is now an authorized supplier of air-rich content for Sabre and Sabre is now an authorized distributor of Routehappy Rich Content. In addition to API access, ATPCO Sabre will provide Flatfile access to Routehappy Rich Content for the first time. This accelerates the speed at which Sabre can integrate Routehappy`s descriptive and visual content into its applications, including Sabre Red 360 and Sabre Dev Studio API and into airlines` direct channels. “ATPCO`s new long-term retail agreement with Sabre shows the dynamism of the industry`s transformation in Flight Shopping. Not so long ago, Sabre introduced major improvements in the way travel agencies buy airline products with a new GUI and Routehappy Rich content, which are the important first steps in a journey of change for our industry,” said Robert Albert, PPE Retailing at ATPCO (former founder and CEO of Routehappy). “Sabre is now focusing on NDC, NGS™ and the full integration of routehappy Rich content into its travel agency and airline applications. The turning point of the modernization of flight shopping on a large scale is finally here. “Our expanded agreement with ATPCO once again demonstrates Sabre`s commitment to modernizing the retail experience for our customers across all channels through next-generation retail, distribution and fulfillment capabilities,” said Wade Jones, president of Sabre Travel Network. “This long-term agreement will allow us to enhance our industry-leading air shopping solutions with ATPCO`s Routehappy Rich Content today and in the future as the aviation industry evolves.” The agreement was approved by the Chilean Parliament and signed by the President of Chile on 9 and 21 August 2006 respectively. The Chilean-Chinese Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 1 October 2006.
The Expanded Free Trade Agreement between Chile and China entered into force on March 1, 2019. In particular, the expanded agreement deepened the chapters on trade in goods, trade in services, electronic commerce, rules of origin, customs procedures and trade facilitation, technical and economic cooperation, and trade rules. On July 14, 2017, Chile and China concluded the second round of negotiations on deepening the Chile-China Free Trade Agreement. The third round of negotiations was held in Santiago, Chile, from 28 to 30 August 2017. Chile and China signed the expanded and modernized free trade agreement on November 11, 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam. On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, the Chilean Senate approved the Protocol Amending Free Trade and the Supplementary Agreement on Trade in Services between Chile and China. Luxembourg, 22 September 2020 – SES today announced its intention to significantly accelerate its digital transformation across the enterprise, operating and developing new services for the cloud era. As a cornerstone of the strategy, SES has signed a multi-year agreement with Microsoft to partner with Azure Orbital, accelerate and expand the use of Microsoft Azure in its business, and jointly develop cloud-based video management and data connectivity services. Multi-year agreement with Microsoft includes integration of Azure Orbital, increased use of Azure by SES, and joint development of new video and data connectivity services Based on the existing partnership between the companies, the new agreement supports Sabre`s omnichannel sales and distribution strategy for traditional and NDC-enabled solutions.
Integrating content into Sabre`s offer machines and points of sale will help airlines better sell their products across all channels, as they wish. . . .