Andean Report No. 2 (2002-2004)

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dc.contributor.author Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) en
dc.description.abstract The Andean countries have made significant progress in their external agenda, above all because of the achievements with their main economic and political counterparts. Andean negotiations contributed to having the United States adopt the Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act, renewing and enhancing other tariff preferences granted to the Andean Community of Nations (CAN), save for Venezuela. Furthermore, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru initiated negotiations with the U.S.A. for a free trade agreement (FTA). Such negotiations started with Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, with Bolivia attending as an observer authorized to fully join in when it is ready to do so. en
dc.subject Integration & Trade en
dc.subject Economics en
dc.title Andean Report No. 2 (2002-2004) en
dc.contributor.other REG-FUSION-ADM
dc.coverage.spatial ANDEANCOM
dc.date.accessioned 2011-02-11T17:50:15Z
dc.date.available 2011-02-11T17:50:15Z
dc.date.issued 2005-06-01
dc.identifier.isbn 950-738-213-5
dc.identifier.uri http://www.iadb.org/en/publications/publication-detail,7101.html?id=8265
dc.format.medium ACROBAT
dc.language.iso en
dc.subject Integración Económica
dc.subject Andean Report N° 2
dc.subject Exportaciones
dc.subject Comercio
dc.subject Macroeconomía
dc.subject Competitividad
dc.subject INTAL
dc.subject Política Económica
dc.subject Comunidad Andina
dc.type Technical Notes
lacea.language.supported en
dc.date.modified 2016-08-31T16:26:01Z
dc.description.abstract2 The Subregional Integration Report Series, which includes this second Andean Report, is an INTAL effort aimed at promoting understanding and dissemination of information on the dynamic integration process now under way in Latin America and the Caribbean. As part of this integrationist trend, the Andean Community of Nations, comprising Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, is a test case to evaluate the achievements and challenges encompassed by this initiative. INTAL¿s aim in publishing this series is to facilitate access to information for a wide range of potential readers interested in the Andean integration process, to include the public and private sectors and the subregional community as a whole. INTAL also aims to go beyond the interest aroused by the process at the subregional level by facilitating information dissemination to the international community through publication of this report in English. This Report N° 2 was prepared by the economist Fernando González Vigil, currently professor and researcher of the University of the Pacific, Peru. The author would like to thank the following people for their contributions in the preparation of this report: Daniel Alfaro (Chapters II and III), Manuel Hernández and Juan Manuel de los Ríos (Chapter I), and Rubén Cáceres (Chapter IV). Mr. Juan José Taccone, former INTAL¿s Director, and Mr. Uziel Nogueira, INTAL¿s Senior Economist, were responsible for the coordination and general and technical editing of the Report. With a view to continuing to meet the expectations aroused by the publication of the reports included in this Series, readers are invited to forward their comments and/or suggestions in order to improve the scope and contents of these publications in the future.

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