EL NAFTA Y LAS RELACIONES CON EL CARIBE

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IMPACTO DE LOS ACUERDOS COMERCIALES EN LOS NEGOCIOS INTERNACONALES

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    GUÍA NO 2
    Acuerdos comerciales en el marco de la integración económica LatinoamericanaEquipo 2Paola Sandoval Yulieth Rodríguez Campero Ximena MonsalveIván Camilo SánchezGiovanni Rojas Cruz
    Caption: : Mapa Norteamérica y el Caribe

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    Caption: : FUENTE: FORBES. (s.f.). http://www.forbes.com.mx. Recuperado el 11 de Agosto de 2016, de http://www.forbes.com.mx/tlcan-20-anos-de-comercio-en-cifras/#gs._PV1PsY
    DATOS IMPORTANTES SOBRE NAFTA- TLCAN

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    Caption: : fuente: AltoNivel. (s.f.). http://www.altonivel.com.mx. Obtenido de http://www.altonivel.com.mx/48069-21-anos-del-tlc-de-america-del-norte# FORBES.
    LOGROS EN CUESTIÓN DE COMERCIO

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    ANÁLISIS
    The North America Free Commerce agreement or NAFTA, has brought substancial benefits to the countries who have been part of, so, that´s how the trade have reached a high growing since it began on january 1 ,1994. At the time of ratifying it, a removal of the aduana barriers between the three countries, this would be done in a gradual form and with a 15 years term. SInce it was implemented has faced troubles and has be criticized for the unequality between Mexico and his commercial partners. Likewise, the mexican technological capacity it´s not enough to compete in a significative way lowering costs and improving the productivity. This pact has beneficiated more to USA and Canada than Mexico, due both first are high electric energy and natural resources consumers, like the petroleum, highly extracted at the Gulf of Mexico. Nonetheless, the north american economy has been afected by the desplacement and unemployment generated in its industry sector because it was transfered to Mexico thanks to its low-cost workforce and geographical position by the big enterprises, also.

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    This is the Free Commerce Agreement between Dominican Republic, Central America and USA; unlike the TLCAN, this started gradually for the different countries meanwhile those countries signed the pact. The principal objectives of this agreement are the goods and services movement, generating fair competition inside the contemplated pact area, likewise, increase the inversion opportunities and the intelectual property protection and the generated knowledge. All the centroamerican countries ratified ths pact, including Dominican Republic representing the caribbean countries. Panama was the only one who didn´t signed with central america, because it did it directly with the USA. This process includes a grace period where the Central American products get in with a phased tariff reduction in some goods, to help those to compete with the american ones. Also, there is a tariff differentiaion for each one in every country without doing a homogeneous treatment between the signing countries.
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