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Herken-Krauer, Juan-Carlos
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[Publisher:] Institut für Weltwirtschaft (IfW) [Place:] Kiel [Year:] 1987
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Kiel Working Paper 299
This study presents first a brief overview of the efforts towards creating a free trade area in Latin America (Chapter II); it then reviews the developments of preferential trade policies since the foundation of ALADI in 1980 (Chapter III) as well as the development and patterns of preferential and non-preferential intratrade in the area (Chapter IV), with special reference to Brazilian exports of manufactures to the other members of ALADI. A presentation of some hypotheses beyong preferential treatment regarding the determinants of Brazilian exports to the regional market in Chapter V is complemented with an analysis of ALADI latest developments (Chapter VI) and prospects (Chapter VII).
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