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Latin America and the international trading system
|Statement||[prepared for] XI regular meeting of the Latin American Council, Caracas, 17 to 19 September 1985.|
|Contributions||Latin American Economic System. Permanent Secretariat., Latin American Council. Regular Meeting|
|LC Classifications||HF3230.5 .L38 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 149 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||92207024|
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Latin America in the New International System Paperback – October 1, by Joseph S. Tulchin (Editor), Ralph H. Espach (Editor) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Format: Paperback.
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Still organized around the idea of Latin America and the Caribbean as a separate subsystem within the global international system, the discussion gives special emphasis to complex interstate and transnational structures and processes.4/5(1). Latin America: It's Future in the Global Economy is a timely contribution to the effort to meet the complex challenges entailed in Latin America's increasing participation in world markets.
Taking int twelve economists and two international trade lawyers provide a framework for the analysis of trade negotiations by identifying key points of. Summary: This text places Latin America in the context of debates on economic globalization and the dramatically changing nature of the international system.
The authors argue that the ongoing diversification of economic and strategic ties presents Latin American nations with new options.
"A book that will be useful to students of international relations theory in general and the international relations of Latin America in particular. The volume's very composition, a blend of general analytical essays and country-specific case studies, lends itself splendidly to classroom use."—Anthony P.
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Walter LaFeber’s Inevitable Revolutions looks at the US/Latin-American relationship from a slightly different perspective. It complements Schoultz’s book well because it focuses, very specifically, on the countries of Central America.
It covers a shorter timeframe, picking up when the United States first intervened militarily in Central America at the turn of the 20th century. The most worrisome tendencies are in fact emerging in the United States, despite the continued strong performance of its economy, and it must be of deep concern to all trading countries because of America's pivotal role in both world trade and the functioning of the global trading system.
Latin America. The Latin America (LA) region displays a high-level of sophistication in its requests for export assistance, and ITC responds with tailor-made approaches to specific problems.
The export industry needs to be more diversified, to incorporate higher added value, and to orient towards fast-growing products and services. Latin America and International Law in the Nineteenth-Twentieth Centuries: The Emergence of a Latin American Consciousness of International Law Liliana Obregon 2.
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The value of Africa’s merchandise exports rose from $ billion in to $ billion inwhileFile Size: 1MB. Global trade is a vital artery to economic growth. IFC’s Global Trade Finance Program currently includes more than issuing banks, covers 21 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, and represents a total of $ billion in approved trade lines.
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Latin America comprises one of the most important regions of the world, interacting intensely with North America, Europe and with East Asia. It is a major test case for democratisation, neo-liberal economics, socialism and for new strategies in the developing world.
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Get this from a library! Latin America and the Caribbean in the international system. [G Pope Atkins] -- "The fourth edition of this widely praised text has been thoroughly revised to reflect the evolving characteristics of the current international system that have had a dramatic effect on every aspect.