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Argentina and Brazil during the 1930s: The Impact of British and American International Economic Policies

  • Marcelo De Paiva Abreu
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Abstract

The accumulation of recent work on the impact of the 1929–33 Depression on specific Latin American economies provides an adequate basis for serious comparative studies trying to detect cross-country reactions in terms of shifts in economic policy and their results as well as to define homogeneous groups of countries in terms of economic performance.1

Keywords

Foreign Exchange Bargaining Power Bilateral Trade Trade Imbalance Import Bill 
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