A Europa 92 e suas relações com a América Latina

Franklin Trein


The European Community in the end of 1992 will have achieved another
important step of its integration. The increasingly tight cooperation among the
Western European countries contrast with its crescent distance from the Latin
American countries. The parameters that gauge the relation between the two
regions, especially the economic ones, show this in an incontestable way. The process of
the European integration, which aims today to the European Free Trade Association
countries, will have now to include the conversion process of the Eastern Europe in
free market economy. Thus, the EC attention to the Third World, which were
previously focused to the countries of the Lomé Conventions, will be increasingly
deviated from Latin America.


Integração econômica; Política comercial

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ISSN 1980-2668