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Trade Between Colombiaand East Asia: An Analysis Using A Cgemodel

  • MARIA TERESA RAMIREZGIRALDO

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  • ANA MARIA IREGUIBOHORQUEZ

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  • MARIA DEL PILAR ESGUERRA U

Este artículo presenta un análisis empírico de la integración comercial de Colombia y Asia del Este utilizando un modelo de equilibrio general computable, en el cual se evalúan los efectos de varios escenarios de liberalización comercial sobre los flujos de comercio y el bienestar. Los resultados muestran que existe un potencial importante para el desarrollo de las exportaciones colombianas de productos químicos, confecciones, textiles y otras cosechas como flores, semillas de frutas, café, entre otros. Este resultado no se deriva de la firma de un tratado de libre comercio, sino de la eliminación unilateral de aranceles en ambas regiones

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Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): (June)
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