Chile is located in the southwestern part of South America, at the western foot of the Andes. It is adjacent to Argentina to the east, Peru and Bolivia to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and Antarctica to the south across the sea. It is the narrowest country in the world with a land area of 756,715 square kilometers. Chile is a member of the Community of Latin American and the Caribbean States and the Forum for the Progress of South America and is called the ABC country together with Argentina and Brazil. It has high international competitiveness and quality of life, a stable political environment, a globalized and free economic environment, a low perception of corruption, and relatively low poverty rates. In 2010, Chile became the first member of the OECD in South America. Chile is the country with the most copper reserves in the world, and also the country with the most copper production and export in the world, so it enjoys the reputation of "the kingdom of copper mines." In addition, Chile has also won high rankings in terms of freedom of the press, human development index, and democracy index.