3 edition of Instruments relating to the economic integration of Latin America found in the catalog.
Instruments relating to the economic integration of Latin America
|Statement||Inter-American Institute of International Legal Studies.|
|Contributions||Inter-American Institute of International Legal Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 452 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||67023682|
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Instruments relating to the economic integration of Latin America. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Inter-American Institute of International Legal Studies. OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Instrumentos relativos a la integración económica en América Latina.
Credits. Instruments relating to the economic integration of Latin America. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Oceana Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Inter-American Institute of International Legal Studies.
OCLC Number: Language Note: Translation of Instrumentos relativos a la integración económica en América Latina. Notes. "An updated, expanded and thorough revision of the institute's publication, Instruments relating to the economic integration of Latin America." Description: 2 volumes (xv, pages) ; 26 cm: Responsibility: Inter-American Institute of International Legal Studies.
Economic integration in Latin America Abstract This study investigates the feasibility of economic integration in Latin America by considering the seven largest economies in the region i.e. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela.
We hypothesize that if the seven largest economies in the region are integrated. This book studies the historical roots of Latin America's contemporary economic and social development, focusing on poverty and income inequality dating back to colonial times.
It addresses today's legacies of the market-friendly reforms that took hold in the s and s by examining successful stabilizations and homemade monetary and 5/5(1). The challenge highlighted in this book lies in designing an integration agenda comprising trade and factor market integration that is conducive to region-wide efficiency gains, which can help LAC enhance its global competitiveness.
Related Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean. Related Toward a Renewal of Economic Integration in. FINANCIAL INTEGRATION IN LATIN AMERICA 2 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Approved by Alejandro Werner Prepared by a WHD team led by Charles Enoch1,2 and including, Carlos Caceres1, Luc Eyraud2, Alla Myrvoda2, Anayochukwu Osueke, Diva Singh2, Ben Sutton2, Iulia Teodoru1 (all WHD), with contributions of LEG (Jefferson Alvares, Wouter Bossu1, Barend Jansen, Laura.
This book is one of the few comprehensive works focusing on the sub-regional institutions in the Latin American and Caribbean region. These organisations and institutions enrich the co-operation at sub-regional level, but, in most cases, are neglected in legal literature.
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The Mercado Integrado Latinoamericano, more commonly known as MILA, is a program that integrates the stock exchange markets of Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. The three founding members are the Lima Stock Exchange, the Santiago Stock Exchange, and the Colombia Stock Exchange.
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O’Keefe. (1) Regional Integration In addition to the global economic regime based on the GATT and IMF systems, which has sustained the world economy since World War II, regionalism, through which neighbouring countries seek to strengthen their economies by entering into some form of “regional integration” has become a major Size: KB.
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As a regional integration bloc, Latin America offers tremendous potential. It is rich in natural resources, and Argentina, Brazil, and Chile have significant quality human resources as well. However, a lack of political unity, unsustainable economic and social policies, and external interferences in domestic politics create a challenge for.
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Rather than concentrating solely on U.S. policy, Peter H. Smith uniquely addresses the structural Cited by: Since the midth century, the process of economic integration in Latin America and the Caribbean represented a genuine attempt to foster harmonious, balanced development in the region.
However, the results have not been as successful as expected. There is little doubt that this can partially be attributed to the lack of a strong integrationist political intent in the countries with the most /5(2).
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Latin American economic Cited by:. Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) encompass di- verse countries in terms of population, economic size, geography, stage of development, and linguistic roots, as.The Latin American Integration Association / Asociación Latinoamericana de Integración / Associação Latino-Americana de Integração (LAIA / ALADI) is an international and regional scope was created on 12 August by the Montevideo Treaty, replacing the Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA/ALALC).Currently, it has 13 member countries, and any of the Latin Administrative center: Montevideo, Uruguay.The Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA) is a intergovernmental regional organization that groups 26 Latin American and Caribbean countries.
With headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela, SELA was established on 17 October by the Panama Convention and its current membership includes Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Chile.