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Latin America, the Caribbean and Central and Eastern Europe: Potential for the economic exchange

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Hamburg
Germany
12 May 2014

This study analyses the potential for economic exchange between the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and those of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), as well as providing an overview of relations between these regions. It provides suggestions for furthering cooperation between the two regions in order to best make use of the potential these relations offer. Additionally, the following series of support papers complement this study:

1) Elteto, A. (2014): Trade and Investment: Economic Relations between Central and Eastern European and Latin American Countries

2) Silva Parejas, M.C. (2014): La Asociación entre América Latina y el Caribe y la Unión Europea desde una perspectiva latinoamericana: La relación con los países de Europa Central y Oriental como elemento de dinamización del intercambio birregional

3) Brudzinska, K.; Rostowska, M. (2014): Latin America and the Caribbean Countries and Central and Eastern Europe: Potential for Economic Exchange. Polish Case Study

4) Silva Pareja, M.C. (2014): El potencial del intercambio entre México y los países de Europa Central y Oriental: Un caso modélico en las relaciones birregionales entre América Latina y el Caribe y los países ECO

5) Borges Carrijo, F.; Villar, S.A. (2014): Las relaciones entre Brasil y Polonia

6) Szalavetz, A. (2014): Inter-Regional Value Chains encompassing Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe: Signs of a Promising Future or Exceptions to the Rule of 'Triadization' rather than Globalization?

7) Túry, G. (2014): Economic Cooperation within Global Value Chains among CEE and LAC Countries: Example of the Volkswagen Group - Case Study of Audi Motor Hungaria Kft.

8) Meisel, S. (2014): Policy Framework of the Cooperation between the European Union and the Latin American and Caribbean Countries.

Author(s): 
Anna Ayuso
Jordi Bacaria Colom
Santiago Villar
Theme: 
Economic Relations
Series: 
Bi-regional Relations