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Importing Wine from Argentina

.... Table 3: State Excise Taxes State Tariff Countries charged to Texas 12 Argentina, Chile, Belgium, Mexico California 14 Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, France, Italy ....

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ANDINA BOTTLING CO

.... Argentina and Chile frequently peg their currencies to the United States dollar, which while providing price stability also frequently maintains high prices. ....

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Product Development in Argentina

.... 14) Economy: argentina and chile jittery over devaluation in Brazil, Inter Press Service English News Wire Webb, J., Argentines see compulsory Brazil debt ....

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International Relations of Chile

.... foreign relations. To the south, an extension of the boundary line between Chile and Argentina extends into the sea. This fact leads ....

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US FOREIGN POLICY TOWARD LATIN AMERICA

.... their socioeconomic problems, and place their economies on a sounder basis as occurred in the 1980s and subsequently in Mexico, Chile, Argentina and elsewhere. ....

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Argentina's International Trade Position INTRODUCTION This ...

.... Chile occupies a portion of the wedge to the west of the Andes Mountains. Argentina's contiguous neigh bors are Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. ....

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Economic Development Approaches

.... Perez-Lopez (1997) has pointed out that while countries like Chile and Argentina have undertaken profound economic reforms in a political context marked by ....

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Economic Development in Third World

.... Haggard, 1990, p. 162). Much the same could be said of Chile, Argentina, and other Latin American countries. In Chile, "as ISI [import ....

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Argentina's Economic Recovery

.... As a region, Latin America had external debt of $26 billion with 75 percent of that amount owed by only five nations: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and ....

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Robert Mondavi Corporation

.... Until the mid-1990s, the US wine market was primarily a domestic market, but Australia, Chile, and Argentina have been making major inroads through exports. ....

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE RISK IN CHILE

.... maintains membership in international organizations such as MERCOSUR (which includes Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay in addition to Chile) (de Lambert ....

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Robert Mondavi Corporation

.... Until the mid-1990s, the US wine market was primarily a domestic market, but Australia, Chile, and Argentina have been making major inroads through exports. ....

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

.... the FTAA. Workers in more advanced economies, such as Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, would be protected by their laws. Workers in ....

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Internet Industry in Latin America

.... the five Latin American countries that are most prepared for a rapid and substantial expansion of the Internet industry are Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, Uruguay ....

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The OECD & Trade in Latin America

.... 1993 was the trade expansion of North America, Asia and Latin America." Some Latin American countries, including Mexico, Chile and Argentina, have experienced ....

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OECD & Trade of Latin America

.... 1993 was the trade expansion of North America, Asia and Latin America." Some Latin American countries, including Mexico, Chile and Argentina, have experienced ....

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Political & Economic Development of Latin America

.... In countries such as Argentina and Chile, the economic elites took direct political control of the governments, forming oligarchic democracies. ....

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Retribution and Reconciliation in Democracy

.... The military's continued presence in Argentina tipped the balance in its favor .... had adopted less stringent measures of retribution, eg, those adopted by Chile. ....

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Primary Sources of Nonverbal Behavior Knapp

.... In one experiment, photographs portraying different emotions were shown to observers in the United States, Japan, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. ....

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OECD and Trade Evnironment in Latin America

.... 1993 was the trade expansion of North America, Asia and Latin America." Some Latin American countries, including Mexico, Chile and Argentina, have experienced ....

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Mercosur

.... mechanism for political consultations which was formalized in 1998 in which Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay along with Bolivia and Chile participate as ....

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Spanish Conquest of the New World

.... men and was able to take Emperor Atahualpa hostage and execute him, cementing Spanish control of an empire that stretched from Ecuador to Chile and Argentina. ....

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Isabel Allende and Manuel Puig

.... But the mythical country is fusion of Argentina and Chile, each of which experienced protracted fascist junta rule in the 1970s and 1980s. ....

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Debt Problems of Brazil INTRODUCTION This research examines the e

.... US$20 Billion ===== Country External Debt (US$ billions) Argentina 48.5 BRAZIL 106.8 Chile 20.2 Egypt ....

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INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT PROJECT

.... (2004a). Chile: Rural electrification program. .... Tracinski, R. (2002, January 7). Argentina's intellectual collapse: How IMF policies ruined Argentina's economy. ....

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Human Rights & Economics in Latin America I

.... Dictatorships supported by military loyalists in Argentina, Chile, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Paraguay, and Uruguay became the order of the day. ....

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European Immigrants to Latin America

.... Britain. Economic ties deepened between Europe and Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Brazil, and Cuba (Skidmore and Smith 41). In ....

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Latin America and Foreign Investors

.... foreign investors to deal with a varied assortment of different types of crises which could pop up when doing business in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Brazil and ....

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Pablo Neruda

.... Neruda escaped into Argentina in 1949 and travelled to France and later Mexico .... A clandestine edition was published soon afterwards in Chile (Oses 2). From then ....

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Comparison of Bill of Rights

.... to torture and murder have been levied to one degree or another against such countries as Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, Chile, Argentina, Nicaragua, France ....

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