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El comportamiento de las exportaciones colombianas y las condiciones económicas de sus países socios comerciales

  • Efraín Cuadro Guzmán


  • Antonio Orozco Gallo


El comportamiento de las exportaciones colombianas está determinado por diversos factores. La literatura abunda en detalles sobre la incidencia de la calidad de los bienes tradicionales y no tradicionales que desde Colombia se ofrecen, y el comportamiento de los tipos de cambio, como las principales causas de la evolución de dichas exportaciones. Esta investigación demostró, desde otro enfoque que, las exportaciones colombianas están explicadas también por las condiciones económicas de los países socios comerciales de Colombia, tal como lo dice la teoría económica. Es decir, que las exportaciones Colombianas están inducidas en diferentes grados, por el comportamiento del PIB, las tasas de desempleo y la inflación que se registran en países y bloques comerciales tales como EE UU, Unión Europea, Venezuela y Japón. La mayor correlación se encontró entre las exportaciones totales colombianas y el PIB de Venezuela.

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DE CARTAGENA in its series REVISTA PANORAMA ECONÓMICO with number 006208.

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Date of creation: 26 Nov 2009
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