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Política Comercial e Política Externa no Brasil: Uma Análise da Estratégia de Negociação Comercial Brasileira (1995-2010)

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  • Ivan Tiago Machado Oliveira
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    Este trabalho tem por objetivo compreender e examinar um dos determinantes domésticos da estratégia de negociação comercial do Brasil entre 1995 e 2010, com enfoque sobre a articulação de sua política comercial com sua política externa. Assim, o papel do multilateralismo e do regionalismo na política externa brasileira é analisado a fim de explicar a escolha dos fóruns de negociação comercial pela política comercial externa brasileira, bem como a prioridade dada a cada um, no período em análise. Com este trabalho, busca-se lançar luz sobre o debate acerca dos determinantes domésticos da política comercial externa do Brasil nas últimas décadas, explicando-se a adoção de estratégia de negociações em três trilhos, que combina prioridade multilateral com regionalismo em dois tempos. Palavras-chaves: política comercial externa; Brasil; multilateralismo; regionalismo. This paper aims to understand and examine one of the domestic determinants of Brazilian foreign trade policy strategies from 1995 to 2010, focusing on the articulation of its trade policy with its foreign policy at large. Thus, the role of multilateralism and regionalism in Brazilian foreign policy is analyzed in order to identify and understand Brazil?s trade negotiation strategies in the period under review. With this work, I try to shed light on the debate about domestic determinants of foreign trade policy in Brazil in recent decades, explaining the adoption of a three-tracks negotiating strategy, which combines the multilateral approach with a two-speed regionalism. Keywords: foreign trade policy; Brazil; multilateralism; regionalism.

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    Paper provided by Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA in its series Discussion Papers with number 1765.

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    Length: 38 pages
    Date of creation: Aug 2012
    Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1765
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