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As Conseqüências Dos Acordos De Livre Comércio Sobre O Setor De Lácteos No Brasil

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  • Alvim, Augusto Mussi
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    Este artigo analisa os principais efeitos dos acordos de livre comércio sobre o setor lácteo no Brasil, a exemplo do acordo regional entre os países do Mercosul e da UE, da ALCA e do acordo multilateral de comércio junto a Organização Mundial de Comércio. Para atingir tal objetivo foi utilizado de um modelo de equilíbrio parcial formulado como um Problema de Complementaridade Mista que permite avaliar mudanças em termos de produção, comércio e bem-estar considerando diferentes cenários alternativos. Este modelo considera multi-regiões e multi-produtos, o que permite analisar o impacto de políticas de livre comércio para diferentes regiões e diversos produtos lácteos processados.---------------------------------------This paper discusses the main effects of free trade agreements on the Dairy Sector in Brazil, such as a regional agreement between Mercosur and European Union (Mercosur-EU), FTAA and a multilateral agreement in the World Trade Organization (WTO) scope. A partial equilibrium model formulated as a Mixed Complementary Problem is used to provide some numerical examples of changes in terms of production, trade and welfare with respect to different alternative scenarios. This model also considers a multiregional and a multi-product dimension, which permits to analyze the impact of trade liberalization upon different regions and diverse processed dairy products.

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    Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 108580.

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    Keywords: roblema de Complementaridade Mista; modelos de equilíbrio parcial; setor leiteiro; análise multiregional e multi-produto; Mixed Complementary Problem; Partial equilibrium models; milk sector; and multiregional and multi-product analysis; International Relations/Trade; Livestock Production/Industries;

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