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Multi-National Public Corporations for Development and Integration in Latin America

  • Marcos Kaplan

Abstract

This chapter sums up the progress made towards integration through the Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA)1 and proposes multinational public corporations as one of the means by which that integration may be further promoted.

Keywords

Public Sector Latin American Country Multinational Corporation Supervisory Board Legal Personality 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    See Konstantin Katzarov: Teoría de la Nacionalización (El Estado y la Propiedad) ( Institute of Comparative Law, Mexico City, 1963 );Google Scholar
  2. 1.
    William A Robson: L’Ind,utria Nazionalizzata e la Proprietà Pubblica (Edizioni di Comunità, Milán 1962); Nationalization — A Book of Reading.Google Scholar
  3. A. H. Hanson, George Allen and Unwin Ltd., London, 1963; Le Fonctionnement des Entreprises Nationaliséese n France — Travauxdu 3e Colloque des Facultés de Droit ( Dalloz, Paris, 1956 );Google Scholar
  4. Pierre Bauchet: Proprieté Publique et Planification (Entreprises Publiques Non-Financières) ( Editions Cujas, Paris, 1962 );Google Scholar
  5. A. H. Hanson: Public Enterprises and Economic Development ( Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd., London, 1959 );Google Scholar
  6. Ignacy Sachs: Patterns of Public Sector in Underdeveloped Economies ( Asia Publishing House, New York, 1964 );Google Scholar
  7. Marcos Kaplan: Países en Desarrollo y Empresas Púrblicas ( Editorial Macchi, Buenos Aires, 1965 ).Google Scholar
  8. 1.
    William Robson: Nationalised Industry and Public Ownership ( London, Allen and Unwin, 1961 ).Google Scholar

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© The International Institute for Labour Studies 1972

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  • Marcos Kaplan

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