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A Política Comercial Dos Brics Com Seu Entorno e Efeitos Para o Brasil

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  • Renato Baumann
  • Rubem Ceratti

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Os chamados países BRICS têm, em graus distintos, explorado as relações comerciais com os países próximos. Essa situação suscita temores de preferências comerciais crescentemente diferenciadas no nível regional, e mesmo aumentos expressivos de produtividade em setores exportadores podem não ser suficientes para superar as condições competitivas diferenciadas. Neste artigo são mapeadas as tarifas de importação entre cada BRIC e cada um dos seus parceiros, assim como as tarifas com que se deparam os produtos brasileiros exportados para esses mercados. Palavras-chave: BRICS, comércio regional, complementaridade produtiva, preferências comerciais diferenciadas, barreiras comerciais, exportações brasileiras. One of the basic features of the recent international scenario is the increasing importance of a few emerging economies. In this paper we map the import tariffs imposed by each of the BRICS on the products from its neighboring countries, as well as the tariffs imposed on Brazilian products. We aim at identifying whether the conditions met by Brazilian products on their access to the markets of the other BRICS and to their neighbors are different from the conditions provided by each BRIC to its neighbors as well as to those each BRIC meets on its neighboring markets. Keywords: BRICS, regional integration, international trade, trade preferences, productive complementarity.

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  • Renato Baumann & Rubem Ceratti, 2012. "A Política Comercial Dos Brics Com Seu Entorno e Efeitos Para o Brasil," Discussion Papers 1745, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
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