Economic Issues and Political Conflict: US-Latin American Relations is a collaborated work from different experts that discusses the economic and political relations and policies of Latin American countries with the United States of America and how it changed over the years. The book covers topics such as the history of the US-Latin American economic policies; US policy in relation to the Latin American countries; and the attitudes of Latin American national businesses toward multinational enterprises. The book also covers the business policies, industrial exports, and trade negotiations of Latin-American countries with the United States and the US-Latin American technology transfer relations. The text is recommended for political analysts, economists, and historians, especially those who would like to know more about the economic and political relationship between US and Latin American countries.The Nixon government refused, especially in the wake of tax increases on the US oil companies (1970) and the passing of the ... the crisis did come the tables turned so quickly that policy losses by the United States in Venezuela could not be re-coupeda. The US has thus strengthened the anti-American tendency in Venezuelan trade policy by such a position. ... Like many Latin American countries, Venezuela has sought to improve the structure of its trade in two ways: (1) promotion ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Economic Issues and Political Conflict: US—Latin American Relations|
|Author||:||Jorge I. Domínguez|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|