Integration and Trade in the Americas: A Preliminary Estimate of 2003 Trade
AbstractTotal Western Hemisphere exports to the world increased by 5 percent in 2003, according to preliminary estimates by the IDB's Integration, Trade and Hemispheric Issues Division. This marks a reversal of a two-year trend that saw exports from the hemisphere decline by more than 9 percent between 2000-2002.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 8290.
Date of creation: Dec 2003
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Trade Agreements; Globalization & Regionalization; trade; integration; intra-regional export flows; Western Hemisphere exports; Free Trade Area of the Americas; Americas; NAFTA; CAFTA; MERCOSUR; ALCA; AndeanCom; MCCA;
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