|Pacific Trade Organization
OTL equivalent: Australia, Japanese Empire, China, Ecuador
Unity through strength, Unity through prosperity
|Official languages||Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, English|
|Regional Languages||various other languages|
|Establishment||July 1st, 1950|
This is an organization which promotes international trade in the Pacific Ocean. It was founded in 1950, after being proposed by Ecuador, with Ecuador, GEACOPS, Australia and China being founding members. It is simply a trade organization, and is not an alliance. This will also help regulate trading rules in the Pacific Ocean.
Current Member Nations
Current Regulations, Agreements, and Rules
- Why is Argentina in this? They aren't on the Pacific.
- Since Ecuador founded this, could the administration be in Guayaquil?
Nations must get a two-third majority vote to join.
Guatemala would like to join. It offers a significant market for manufactured goods, possesses decent resources of oil, and offers a foothold in the Central American market, all big advantages for the PTO.
America has money and stuff. Get hype.