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Libre comercio en América Central : ¿con quién y para qué. Las implicancias del CAFTA

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  • Manuel Agosin
  • Ennio Rodríguez

En enero de 2004, los países de América Central concluyeron las negociaciones con Estados Unidos para la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio: el Acuerdo de Libre Comercio Centroamericano (Central American Free Trade Agreement - CAFTA), que marcará la trayectoria de su desarrollo económico por varias décadas. El objetivo de este trabajo es contribuir a la discusión de los grandes desafíos que va a enfrentar América Central en su preparación para el cambio en precios relativos que enfrentarán los productores de la región, cambios que conllevarán nuevas oportunidades como también importantes ajustes en los patrones actuales de producción

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Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, INTAL in its series INTAL Working Papers with number 1280.

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Length: 60 páginas
Date of creation: May 2006
Handle: RePEc:idb:intalp:1280
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