By R. Dominguez
This ebook analyzes the relatives among geographical components with diversified degrees of neighborhood institutionalization: the eu Union and Latin the USA. characterised via low interdependence and asymmetry, this courting operates in several degrees starting from EU-individual international locations to EU-Latin American summits.
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Unlike relations based on security, where the security dilemma clearly operates, both regions aim at different objectives from the bilateral relationship based on the different composition of trade of the European Union and Latin America, their ﬂows of investment, and distinct levels of development. In other words, absolute gains are more important than relative gains. For instance, in the case of the EU–Mexico Association Agreement, European multinationals are in a better position than their Mexican counterparts to reap the beneﬁts of mutual free trade, but Mexico is able to attract FDI, create jobs, and spillover development.
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