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Comunidad Andina


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  • Variants

    • Andean Community
    • Comunidad Andina de Naciones
    • CAN
    • Communauté andine de nations
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    • Earlier Established Forms

    • Sources

      • found: Codificación del Acuerdo de Cartagena, 1997:t.p. (Comunidad Andina) p. 1, etc. (formed by the 1996 Protocol de Trujillo; includes Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela)
      • 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Mar. 1996 member countries signed a Reform Protocol of the Cartagena Agreement, according to which the Group was to be superseded by the Andean Community, in order to promote greater economic, commercial, and political integration; full member countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela)
      • found: Seminario sobre patentes en la Comunidad Andina de Naciones, 2001:p. 19 (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela (member countries))
      • found: Visión microeconómica de los impactos de la integración regional en las inversiones inter e intrarregionales, 2003:p. 1 (Comunidad Andina; CAN)
      • found: Les régions comme acteurs de la coopération entre l'Union européenne et la Communauté andine de nations, 2005:p. 4 of cover (CAN: Venezuela, Colombie, Equateur, Bolivie, et Pérou)
      • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 2, 2010:(Union of South American Nations (Dutch: Unie van Zuid-Amerikaanse Naties - UZAN, Portuguese: União de Nações Sul-Americanas - UNASUL, Spanish: Unión de Naciones Suramericanas - UNASUR) is an intergovernmental union integrating two existing customs unions: Mercosur and the Andean Community of Nations, as part of a continuing process of South American integration. It is modeled on the European Union. Treaty signed on May 23, 2008)
      • 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

      • 1998-09-08: new
      • 2015-05-01: revised
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