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Safeguards and antidumping in Latin American trade liberalization: fighting fire with fire, Volume 1
Author:Finger, J. Michael [editor]; Nogues, Julio J. [editor]; Country:Brazil; Colombia; Mexico; Peru; Argentina; Chile; Costa Rica;
Date Stored:2005/12/22Document Date:2005/07/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Economic Theory & Research; Free Trade; Trade Policy; Globalization and Financial Integration; Trade Law
Region:Latin America & CaribbeanReport Number:34721
Volume No:1  

Summary: This book is a report on success-success in trade liberalization and in the removal of trade barriers so as to integrate Latin American economies into the international economy. More particularly, this book is about how several Latin American governments created and managed safeguards and antidumping mechanisms as part of this liberalization. The core of this book is a set of studies describing how seven Latin American countries-Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Peru-have used these trade instruments. Each country study was conducted by analysts from that country. Many of the analysts were high government officials during their country's liberalization, so they have hands-on experience with the construction and the management of these instruments.

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