Part of the International Handbooks on Economic Integration book series (IHEI, volume 1)


On June 25, 1996, after long and skillful negotiations, Chile signed a trade agreement with the MERCOSUR founding countries — Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay. The Common Market of the Southern Cone nations, initially established as a customs-union to increase trade among these countries, also has long-term objectives of promoting economic development and the integration of all Latin America.


Foreign Investment Trade Agreement Regional Integration North American Free Trade Agreement Tariff Reduction 
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