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Grupo Andino (International agency)


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  • Variants

    • Andean Group
    • Gruppo andino
    • Acuerdo de Cartagena
    • Pacto Andino
    • Andean Pact
    • Acuerdo de Cartagena
    • Cartagena Agreement
    • Andean Group
  • Additional Information

    • Later Established Forms

    • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

    • Sources

      • found: Junta del Acuerdo de Cartagena. Programa de liberación y arancel externo mínimo común, 1971:t.p. (Grupo Andino)
      • found: Encyc. of Lat. Am., 1974(Andean Group (Grupo Andino); subregional grouping within the Lat. Am. Free Trade Ass'n., composed of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, & Venezuela; formally established with signing of Cartagena Agreement, May 26, 1969)
      • found: Polit. hdbk. of world, 1981(Andean Group; hdqtrs., Lima)
      • found: Prospettive di cooperazione fra l'Italia e i paesi del Gruppo andino, 1988:t.p. (Gruppo andino)
      • found: Europa Yrbk., 1995:v. 1, p. 104 (Andean Group, Acuerdo de Cartagena; the org. officially known as the Acuerdo de Cartagena (from the Cartagena Agreement, est. in 1969))
      • found: Europa yrbk, 1998:v. 1, p. 105 (Andean Community, Comunidad Andina: officially known as the Acuerdo de Cartagena (the Cartagena Agreement); also known as the Grupo Andino (Andean Group) or the Pacto Andino (Andean Pact); est. 1969; in Mar. 1996 member countries signed a Reform Protocol of the Cartagena Agreement, according to which the Group was to be Superceded by the Andean Community, in order to promote greater economic, commercial, and political integration; full member countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela)
      • found: Comunidad Andina WWW site, Apr. 30, 2015:quiénes somos, reseña histórica (On May 26, 1969, 5 South American countries (Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru) signed the Acuerdo de Cartagena with the purpose of improving the level of life of their inhabitants through integration and economic and social cooperation; thus was begun the Andean process of integration known at that time as Pacto Andino, Grupo Andio or Acuerdo de Cartagena; the history of the Grupo Andino, which today we know by the name Comunidad Andina, has been characterized by advances and setbacks)
    • Change Notes

      • 1984-02-27: new
      • 2015-05-01: revised
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