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Trade and Foreign Investment in Argentina: From the Agro-export Model to the Present

In: The Economies of Argentina and Brazil

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  • Andrés López

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This book compares the successes and failures of the development and growth processes of Argentina and Brazil. It provides important insights into the different performances of these economies through a series of comparative essays written by Argentinian and Brazilian economists.

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  • Andrés López, 2011. "Trade and Foreign Investment in Argentina: From the Agro-export Model to the Present," Chapters, in: Werner Baer & David Fleischer (ed.), The Economies of Argentina and Brazil, chapter 22, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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