Chile and MERCOSUR have decided to deepen trade relations by developing their services agreement within the framework of Agreement No. 35 on economic complements. To that end, they met on 14 June 2007. Chile and Uruguay met later on 10 September 2007 to deepen trade relations between the two countries. After 11 rounds of negotiations, Chile and Mercosur concluded their negotiations on trade in services on 1 July 2008. Chile and MERCOSUR have terminated negotiations on trade in services Legal documents allowing the entry into force of the agreement in each of the countries, ARGENTINA: Decree N 415 of 18 March 1991 CHILE: Decree N 1411 of 30 September 1996 BRAZIL: Decree N 2075 of 19 November 1996 PARAGUAY: Decree N 15939, 31 December 1996 and Law N 1038, 20 March 1997 URUGUAY: Decree N 663 of 27 March 1997 November 1985 The text of the Agreement is supplemented by a series of additional protocols to the Agreement, which guide the implementation of the Agreements and, in various cases, modify the obligations contained in the normative text, in particular as regards the specific rules of origin. Protocols for ACE 35, including the physical integration protocol, are listed below. Documents are listed chronologically, with the last one listed first. Articles 46 and 47 of the Agreement establish an Administrative Commission and define their functions, which essentially follow the implementation of the Agreement and its Protocols and Annexes. This Commission has adopted a series of resolutions. The Economic Complementarity Agreement between Chile and MERCOSUR (composed of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) was signed on 25 June 1996 in Potrero de los Funes, Argentina. The agreement was developed under LAIA as Economic Partnership Agreement N 35 (ACE 35). Joint Declaration by the Presidents of the MERCOSUR Chile countries The Agreement entered into force on 1 October 1996.