European integration and Latin American trade

Includes bibliography

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Autor Principal: Izam, Miguel
Formato: Otro (Other)
Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: 2014
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/11362/10472
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spelling ir-11362-104722020-03-03T20:03:42Z European integration and Latin American trade Izam, Miguel COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS MERCADO UNICO EUROPEO COMERCIO EXTERIOR EXPORTACIONES PREFERENCIAS COMERCIALES RESTRICCIONES COMERCIALES EXPORTS FOREIGN TRADE TRADE PREFERENCES TRADE RESTRICTIONS EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET Includes bibliography Difficult as it is to forecast the magnitude of the impact of the Single European Market (SEM); on the rest of the world and on the European Community (EC); itself, the predominant feeling is one of concern, especially in the developing countries. This article seeks to determine how the completion of the SEM may affect Latin America's exports to the Community, using basically a short- and medium-term analytical approach. This is because a series of elements make it possible to predict with some confidence that the deepening of Community integration will take more time than originally foreseen. Especially noteworthy among these elements is the need for the EC to carry out an economic adjustment, for which purpose it will be necessary to coordinate the macroeconomic policies of its member countries more effectively and to resolve various important political problems, starting with the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty. In any event, it is reasonable to assume that, in the long run, the economic implications of the SEM for the rest of the world, including Latin America, will be positive. Section I of the article discusses the most probable effects of the deepening of European integration on the EC itself and on the rest of the world in the short and medium term. Section II examines the structural weakening of trade links between Latin America and the Twelve in recent decades and identifies the key reasons for this phenomenon, while Section III summarizes the effects that the SEM may have on Latin America's trade in the foreseeable future, which, unlike the Single Market's positive impact in the long term, may not be beneficial for Latin America. 2014-01-02T18:41:00Z 2014-01-02T18:41:00Z 1993-12 Texto Sección o Parte de un Documento http://hdl.handle.net/11362/10472 LC/G.1792-P en CEPAL Review CEPAL Review 51 application/pdf AMERICA LATINA EUROPA EUROPE LATIN AMERICA
institution CEPAL - Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe
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language Inglés (English)
topic COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS
MERCADO UNICO EUROPEO
COMERCIO EXTERIOR
EXPORTACIONES
PREFERENCIAS COMERCIALES
RESTRICCIONES COMERCIALES
EXPORTS
FOREIGN TRADE
TRADE PREFERENCES
TRADE RESTRICTIONS
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET
spellingShingle COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS
MERCADO UNICO EUROPEO
COMERCIO EXTERIOR
EXPORTACIONES
PREFERENCIAS COMERCIALES
RESTRICCIONES COMERCIALES
EXPORTS
FOREIGN TRADE
TRADE PREFERENCES
TRADE RESTRICTIONS
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET
Izam, Miguel
European integration and Latin American trade
description Includes bibliography
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author Izam, Miguel
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title European integration and Latin American trade
title_short European integration and Latin American trade
title_full European integration and Latin American trade
title_fullStr European integration and Latin American trade
title_full_unstemmed European integration and Latin American trade
title_sort european integration and latin american trade
publishDate 2014
url http://hdl.handle.net/11362/10472
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