Latin American Economic Integration and U.S. Policy

By Joseph Grunwald; Miguel S. Wionczek et al. | Go to book overview

Index
Act of Bogotá, 4, 71-72
Agency for International Development (AID), 84-89, 93, 96
Agriculture, 21, 23-24, 109, 143-44, 157
AID, see Agency for International Development Aid-tying, 86-90
Alliance for Progress: and CACM, 66; formation, 5, 75; and regional integration, 75-76, 99; and U.S. policy, 4, 17, 77
Almeida, Romulo, 79n
Andean group: Andean Development Corporation, 56-58, 160; Andean Subregional Integration Agreement, 57, 150; Bogotá Declaration, 56; complementarity agreements, 57; equitable benefits policy, 37; foreign investment, 58-59, 116-17; formation, 55; future of, 61; industrial program, 57-58; investment code, 116-17, 132; membership, 56-57; tariffs, 58. See also Latin American Free Trade Association
Andean Subregional Integration Agreement, 57, 150
Argentina: development level, 20, 97; foreign aid, 86; foreign investment, 110; and LAFTA, 52; Montevideo conference, 40; and regional integration, 13, 67, 160; trade, 138, 141, 147
Baerresen, Donald W., 33n
Balassa, Bela, 21n, 32n, 145n
Bemis, Samuel F., 67n
Bhagwati, Jagdish, 88n
Bird, Richard M., 93n
Blaine, James G., 67-68, 73
Bogotá Declaration, 56
Bolívar, Simon, 39
Bolivarian Highway, 126
Bolivia: and Andean group, 58-59; development level, 97; investment code, 116; and LAFTA, 50, 52; Montevideo conference, 40; trade, 148
Brazil: development level, 20; foreign aid, 86; foreign investment, 110; GNP level, 13; and LAFTA, 52; Montevideo conference, 40; population, 13; and regional integration, 13, 160; trade, 138, 141, 147
Brown, Robert T., 125n-128n
Burr, Robert N., 9n
CABEI, see Central American Bank for Economic Integration
CACM, see Central American Common Market
Campbell-Boross, L. F., 146n
Cárdenas, Jose C., 119n
Caribbean Free Trade Area (CARIFTA), 59-61
Caribbean Development Bank, 61
Carnoy, Martin, 33n, 34n, 37n, 91n, 99n, 120n, 125n
Carretera Marginal de la Selva, 126
Castañeda, Jorge, 67n

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