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Economic integration in Central America : a study / sponsored jointly by the Brookings Institution and the Secretariat of Economic Integration of Central America ; William R. Cline and Enrique Delgado, editors.

; Delgado, Enrique ; Brookings Institution ; Permanent Secretariat of the General Treaty for Central American Economic Integration
Washington : The Institution, [foreword 1978] .
ISBN 081571470x, 081571470X

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Other Authors Cline, William R.
Delgado, Enrique.
Brookings Institution.
Permanent Secretariat of the General Treaty for Central American Economic Integration.
Subjects América Central -- Comercio.
América Central -- Política económica.
Amérique centrale -- Conditions économiques.
Amérique centrale -- Intégration économique.
Amérique centrale.
Central America -- Economic conditions.
Central America -- Economic integration.
Central America.
Economic history.
Economische integratie.
International economic integration.
Lateinamerika.
Marché commun centre-américain.
Mercado Común Centroamericano.
Mittelamerika.
Wirtschaftliche Integration.
Description xxvi, 712 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [foreword 1978]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The contributors to this book examine the record of the Central American Common Market, seeking to extract lessons about the possibilities and limitations of economic and social development through integration. After reviewing the history and economic effect of integration, they deal with employment, income distribution, integration in the agricultural sector, comparative advantage, and development strategy.
Geographic Area Central America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4058762
(OCoLC)ocm04058762
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