Complejidad creciente: vínculos de la política exterior de Australia con América Latina, 1973 a 2019

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https://doi.org/10.52292/j.estudecon.2022.2976

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comercio, Cooperación económica internacional, América Latina, Australia

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Este documento proporciona un análisis de la evolución de la cooperación y el comercio entre Australia y América Latina. Estas regiones se consideran competidoras, pero el comercio y la participación han aumentado recientemente de una manera significativa. Los autores examinan el crecimiento del comercio y los distintos tipos de intercambios desde la década de 1970, mediante el análisis del comercio, la inversión extranjera directa y los flujos migratorios y turísticos. El documento
investiga cómo ambas partes del mundo se han comprometido diplomáticamente y han participado en los conflictos internacionales, ya sea en términos de cooperación diplomática o multilateral. El estudio concluye que hay muchas vías abiertas para la cooperación y un mayor comercio y participación disponible para ambos.

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2022-06-25

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Esposto, A., Abbott, M., & Tran, M. (2022). Complejidad creciente: vínculos de la política exterior de Australia con América Latina, 1973 a 2019. Estudios económicos, 39(79), 271–300. https://doi.org/10.52292/j.estudecon.2022.2976

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