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Title:Estrategias de integración comercial en el hemisferio: El ALCA y la ALADI como opciones de política para la Argentina PDF Logo
Authors:Pioli, Fernando
Castagnino, Tomás
Cicowiez, Martín
Issue Date:2007
Series/Report no.:Serie de Estudios del CEI 11
Abstract (Translated):This paper analyses different alternatives of commercial integration for Argentina using a general equilibrium computable model. The results support the idea that the best policy option for Argentina is to deepen its commercial relations with the ALADI members. To foster freer trade with Mexico and the Andean Community countries appears as a priority for Argentina in the case that the United States negotiates bilateral free trade agreements with other Latin American countries. Finally, Argentina and Brazil have common interests regarding the options of integration in the hemisphere.
ISBN:978-987-991028-3
Document Type:Research Report
Appears in Collections:Serie de Estudios del CEI, Centro de Economía Internacional (CEI)

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