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A utilidade das visitas oficiais: a percepção dos empresários que integram as comitivas oficiais

Caiado, André João Galo
Fonte: Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto; FEP Publicador: Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto; FEP
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
POR
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The participation of businessmen in official visits done by Heads of State or Government is a way found by official authorities to promote exports and the internationalization of the firms. There is a large body of literature about export promotion and the evaluation of export promotion programs. However, to date, it seems has not been evaluated the usefulness of official visits as a way to promote firms exports. This study provides a theoretical and empirical contribution to the literature. The study presents a theoretical basis to substantiate the usefulness of official visits found in the literature about export promotion, export promotion programs and trade missions. A survey was done questioning Portuguese businessmen who had participated in 12 official visits to evaluate the usefulness of those visits. Additionally, the study proposes a multivariable model to examine how firm and visit caractheristics do affect, or not, the firms evaluation about official visits. The estimated results suggest that the quality of contacts and information gained during the visit positively affect the impact over a set of objectives. The results also reveal that factors such as firm s size, foreign ownership, export intensity, R&D intensity, experience in the market...

Enhancing the science return of Mars missions via sample preparation, robotic surface exploration and in orbit fuel production

Lamamy, Julien-Alexandre, 1978-
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 230 p.; 11246324 bytes; 11266365 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf
ENG
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The future of Mars exploration is challenging from multiple points of view. To enhance their science return, future surface probes will most likely be equipped with complex Sample Preparation And Transfer (SPAT) facilities. Future rovers will need to be able to perform longer traverses and delicate sample acquisition operations. Mars return missions would benefit from a new propulsion system, with better fuel and travel time efficiencies than chemical and electric propulsions, respectively. A model was developed that optimizes SPAT facilities in terms of productivity and system mass. The SPAT model especially investigates two trade-offs: shared versus specific preparation, and warm versus cold redundancy for SPAT elements. A Mars Surface Exploration (MSE) framework was created to help designers perform preliminary studies on rover missions. MSE applies multidisciplinary design optimization techniques for the analysis of design trade-offs relevant to the rover design community. The Propellant Production In Mars Orbit (PPIMO) is presented as a promising solution for performing return travels to Mars. PPIMO uses the concept of regenerative aerobraking to produce fuel in-situ. The SPAT model shows that warm redundancy improves productivity by both reducing risk and removing sample throughput bottlenecks. A method is presented for determining the economy of scale the shared preparation architecture must exhibit for it to be competitive in comparison to the distributed architecture. MSE is used to budget the future development costs of rover autonomy...

Organization of Eastern Caribbean States - Increasing Linkages of Tourism with the Agriculture, Manufacturing, and Service Sectors

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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Tourism has become the leading economic sector of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) islands, thus expanding linkages with the local economy seems crucial going forward. Tourism has replaced agriculture as the main economic driver within all the islands comprising the OECS. In the early 1990s, agriculture contributed nearly 12 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) overall; however by 2007 its share dropped to only 5 percent of GDP. Conversely, in the same year the tourism sector of these islands accounted for an estimated 45 percent of GDP, and around 60 percent of foreign exchange earnings, as a result of the more than 2.6 million tourists that visited these islands. This study analyzes the purchasing patterns and demand for agriculture, manufacturing and services by the tourism industry, both directly and indirectly, through a structured survey and in-depth interviews. A detailed survey covering 70 hotels, marinas, and other tourism operators analyzed the current purchasing pattern of agricultural and food products (13 categories from fruits to canned goods)...

Export Promotion Agencies : What Works and What Doesn’t

Lederman, Daniel; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Payton, Lucy
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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The number of national export promotion agencies (EPAs) has tripled over the past two decades. While more countries have made them part of their national export strategy, studies have criticized their efficiency in developing countries (Hogan, Keesing, and Singer 1991). Partly in reaction to these critiques, EPAs have been retooled (see International Trade Centre, ITC, 1998 or 2000, for example). This paper studies the impact of existing EPAs and their strategies based on a new data set covering 104 industrial and developing countries. Results suggest that on average they have a strong and statistically significant impact on exports. For each $1 of export promotion, the paper estimates a $40 increase in exports for the median EPA. However, there is heterogeneity across regions, levels of development, and types of instruments. Furthermore, there are strong diminishing returns, suggesting that as far as EPAs are concerned, small is beautiful.

Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa

Ehrhart, Hélène; Le Goff, Maëlan; Rocher, Emmanuel; Singh, Raju Jan
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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This paper aims at assessing the impact of migration on export performance and more particularly the effect of African migrants on African trade. Relying on a new data set on international bilateral migration recently released by the World Bank spanning from 1980 to 2010, the authors estimate a gravity model that deals satisfactorily with endogeneity. The results first indicate that the pro-trade effect of migration is higher for African countries, a finding that can be partly explained by the substitution between migrants and institutions (the existence of migrant networks compensating for weak contract enforcement, for instance). This positive association is particularly important for the exports of differentiated products, suggesting that migrants also play an important role in reducing information costs. Moreover, focusing on intra-African trade, the pro-trade effect of African migrants is larger when migrants are established in a more geographically and ethnically distant country. All these findings highlight the ability of African migrants to help overcome some of the main barriers to African trade: the weakness of institutions...

How do diplomatic missions engage in public diplomacy?

Bahl, Ria
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Relatório
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In the twenty first century, the nature of diplomacy has changed. The worldwide revolution in communications and globalisation, play a predominant role to this evolution of diplomacy. Diplomacy has progressed from the basic premise of state to state relations to incorporating a diverse range of non state actors. Consequently, the practice of public diplomacy now seeks state to public relations in an attempt to increase the attractiveness of a states national image, interests and relationships overseas. Diplomatic missions play a key role in public diplomacy. The purpose of diplomatic missions is to safeguard its countries national interest and administer its countries relationship with the hosting foreign country. As a result, it lies in the hands of overseas diplomats to attract and to influence a foreign audience. Diplomatic missions possess a number of ways in which they can fulfill this role. Based on the diverse range of activities initiated by the participating 35 diplomatic missions of the Windows to the World (WTTW), an embassy open day program organised by the ACT Government in 2013, it can be seen that diplomatic missions engaged in public diplomacy through a various range of activities including tours, gastronomy...

Best practices and potential biases in trade missions : Portuguese SMEs mission guidelines

Sousa, Jorge Diogo Rodrigues e
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 29/05/2015 ENG
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Standing in a period of economic uncertainty, Portugal had to look for measures to improve its financial health. Internationalization was regarded as an option, leading EPAs and, specifically, Trade Missions to gain notoriety. Since SMEs are crucial in the country’s recovery and are seen as the companies which can receive greater benefits from participating in these Missions, we develop a list of potential biases and best practices regarding Trade Mission. Through interviewing SMEs participants, EPAs, and Trade Fairs SMEs participants, we manage to identify some initiatives expected to contribute in making Portuguese Trade Missions more efficient. Among the potential biases, most of them are related to internal attribution. As a result, firms need to: be explicit while interacting with the agencies; take measured risks on which country to invest and be aware of their capability to internationalize their operations; understand who their potential partners are and how to interact with them; and be as less dependent as possible from the organizers, hence, making deals on their own. Regarding the best practices, the ones listed intend to give doable conducts on how an SME can prepare for a Trade Mission. We aim at making participants aware of others’ importance and...

Shifting sands: what is the likely strategic role of Saudi Arabi in the evolving security environment of the Middle East?

Crawford, Ian
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Relatório
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As the Middle East is undergoing dramatic shifts in power, Saudi Arabia is a nation undergoing change. For many years content to follow the strategic policy of the United States events are militating against the continuation of this strategy. The security environment in the Middle East has become fluid. A destabilised Iraq, a resurgent Iran, fundamentalist terrorism and fragile regional regimes are intensifying pressure on the al-Saud regime. US foreign policy, despite Saudi warnings, has opened 'Pandora's Box' and now Saudi's are faced with reaping the costs. To better understand how the Saudi regime views the region and the forces and events currently shaping it, this paper utilises a Strategic Personality model. This model investigates the historical decisions made by a nation, the cultural identity and the national myths which frame the decision making processes within Saudi Arabia. This model draws out 'Ultimate Concerns', which are what the inhabitants regard as essential for survival and can include not merely physical existence, but also the cultural construction of the society. Saudi Arabia's Ultimate Concerns revolve around territorial integrity, maintenance of social cohesion and resistance of external pressures. This model reinforces that Saudi strategic trajectory will continue towards a strategy more independent from that of the US as it seeks to relieve pressure on its Ultimate Concerns. The Saudis will be 'forced' to take on a more assertive role in the Middle East for two reasons: substance and style. Firstly...

Increasing Australian investment in Argentine agricultural machinery

Organ, Alexandra
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Relatório
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In July 2008 members of several agribusinesses from Victoria, Australia attended a trade mission to the provinces of Buenos Aires and Santa Fe in Argentina. These companies visited 12 predetermined Argentine manufacturers and were exposed to nearly 50 different production companies throughout the mission. The objectives of the mission included the establishment of a t rading alliance between these companies and to observe and understand Argentine innovation, methodology and business integration. Australia produces very little of its own machinery. Argentina on the other hand produces large quantities of machinery but first supplies the demand of their own domestic market, meaning that little is left over for export. Trade in agricultural machinery is a very small proportion of overall trade between Australian and Argentina, however due to Argentina's machinery production it represents an innovative opportunity for a trading alliance in the future. Argentina has two pieces of machinery or particular interest. Firstly, a grain harvest bagging system, which is an onsite method of temporary grain storage that is simple and effective. It also eliminates many of the problems, such as pest control, that are associated with other permanent forms of onsite grain storage...

Uganda - Diagnostic Trade Integration Study Update : Prepared for the Enhanced Integrated Framework

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Foreign Trade, FDI, and Capital Flows Study; Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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The Government of the Republic of Uganda has requested an update of the 2006 Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) and has asked the World Bank to take the leading role in this exercise. The update's objectives are: (a) to take stock of progress in the mainstreaming of trade in the national development plan and of the implementation of action matrix recommendations; (b) to complement and deepen the analysis in selected areas; and (c) to revise and update the action matrix to take account of the evolving context since 2006. The aim of the analysis is to assist the Government of Uganda in defining an overall competitiveness strategy for inclusive, job creating export-led growth, and to further mainstream trade, in particular regional trade integration, into the general policy orientation defined by Uganda's key policy documents, including the 2010 National Development Plan (NDP). Regional integration can be a key instrument to realize these objectives, provided that commitments are adhered to and that the regional agenda develops around the goal of an open...

Algeria Investment Climate Assessment; Evaluation du climat de l'investissement en Algerie

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Investment Climate Assessment (ICA); Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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This investment climate assessment is part of a series of analytical works on prepared by the World Bank with the aim of laying out the basis for the elaboration of the Bank's country assistance strategy for the country. It is based on three pieces of work undertaken in parallel in Algeria between January 2002 and march 2003: an investment climate survey of 562 Algerian firms, policy work resulting from a series of four missions to Algeria; and a foreign investors survey of 57 European investors from France, Italy and Spain. The report is organized as follows: chapter I gives a general background of the main macroeconomic issues in Algeria, recent developments, and a brief description of the enterprise sector. Chapter II presents the main findings of the ICA survey, with a particular focus on differences among types of firms (size, ownership, sector and age). It also estimates the effect of the investment climate on productivity and wages. Summaries of the main institutional issues and policy recommendations complement the quantitative assessments of the constraints. In each area...

Revenue and the Fiscal Impact of Liberalization : The Case of Niger

Zafar, Ali
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper; Publications & Research
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Using data collected during several missions, the author finds that the principal reasons for low revenue mobilization are (1) the adverse fiscal impact of trade liberalization, (2) the defiscalization of agriculture in the 1970s, (3) the collapse of the uranium boom in the 1980s, and (4) the poor record of the VAT in mobilizing revenue. The large reduction in tariffs during the 1980s and 1990s in the context of structural adjustment programs and West African regional integration initiatives had adverse effects on trade tax revenue during the period 1980 2003. But higher import levels after 1994 succeeded in partially mitigating the revenue losses. The experience of Niger shows that without accompanying macroeconomic policies, parallel improvements in tax and customs administration, and success in mobilizing domestic taxes, most notably the VAT, trade reform can have adverse fiscal consequences. Using a SMART model partial equilibrium analysis developed by UNCTAD for researchers and negotiators at multilateral trade rounds, the author simulated three different tariff shocks to test the fiscal and trade implications of additional trade liberalization in Niger. First, the preferred tariff regime in terms of overall fiscal and job creation impact was the harmonized Swiss formula in contrast to a 10 and 15 percent uniform tariff. Second...

PREM Anchor Support to the Africa Region

Leipziger, Danny
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Brief; Publications & Research
ENGLISH
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The note reviews the support of the Africa Action Plan (AAP), through the work of the PREM - Poverty Reduction and Economic Management - Anchor, which actively stepped up its support to the Africa Region (AFR) in fiscal year 2006 (FY06). Activities have included knowledge generation, high-level policy support on missions, the development of toolkits and diagnostics to improve policy advice on growth strategies, among others. Most of this work has been provided on a demand-driven basis, and PREM plans to continue providing such services, subject to its budgetary and skills capacity. The note therefore illustrates how the PREM Anchor's support to the AFR connects with the objectives of the AAP.

Agribusiness Indicators : Kenya

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Agricultural Study; Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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The importance of agriculture in the economies of sub-Saharan African countries cannot be overemphasized. With agriculture accounting for about 65 percent of the region's employment and 75 percent of its domestic trade, significant progress in reducing hunger and poverty across the region depends on the development and transformation of the agricultural sector. Transforming agriculture from largely a subsistence enterprise to a profitable commercial venture is the prerequisite and driving force for accelerated development and sustainable economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa. The rationale behind the development of agribusiness indicators (ABIs) is to construct indicators for specific factors to support successful, effective private sector involvement in agriculture. The indicators can be used to benchmark and monitor performance in the agricultural sector over time and across countries. The resulting information can provoke knowledge flows and meaningful dialogue among policy makers, government officials...

Missões empresariais com enquadramento oficial : um processo standard?

Pacheco, Inês Margarida Cabeçadas Sancho Martins
Fonte: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa Publicador: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2013 POR
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Trabalho de projeto submetido como requisito parcial para obtenção do grau de Mestre em Administração Pública; Na estrutura organizativa do Estado, a AICEP enquadra-se no setor empresarial, sendo a entidade pública promotora de várias ações que vão desde a organização de missões empresariais, feiras, exposições, visitas de importadores, até à divulgação de oportunidades de negócio, informação sobre mercados e ações de capacitação empresarial. A aplicação do conceito de estandardização nas diversas conceções de Administração foi variando ao longo do tempo. A Organização Científica do Trabalho de Taylor coloca a tónica sobretudo nos aspetos formais da organização, na especialização das incumbências, na estandardização e uniformidade dos processos de trabalho. Ford foi um dos mais conhecidos percursores desta conceção administração, que através da racionalização dos elementos de produção idealizou a linha de montagem, permitindo a produção em série. A conceção de Weber está pensada para produzir produtos e serviços standard aos destinatários da sua atividade. A estandardização do processo organizativo de missões empresariais é encarada como uma ferramenta de gestão e controlo. Representa a forma eficaz de gerir e organizar as atividades do serviço que agregam valor...

Design and control of microsatellite clusters for tracking missions

Griffith, John Daniel
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 145 p.
ENG
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Space-based tracking missions are an emerging interest that could be accomplished using a cluster of microsatellites. This thesis addresses the design of microsatellite clusters to accurately track a target in a probabilistic suborbital occupancy corridor by pursuing the following: orbit determination using optimal measurement principles, cluster design heuristics and fuel optimal cluster maintenance. These are all evaluated on a high-fidelity simulation testbed. First, the orbital determination approach utilizes optimal measurement principles to design a constellation of clusters that minimizes the average model-based target tracking error. A two part approach, (1) constellation design and (2) cluster design, reduces the overall orbit determination complexity. The constellation design provides continuous, 24 hour coverage of the occupancy corridor and virtual formation centers about which the cluster design formulates the relative microsatellite orbits. Results suggest that satellite separations, rather than the number of the microsatellites in the cluster, are more important for providing target tracking accuracy.; (cont.) Results also show that the J2-induced relative drift of the satellites in a cluster can be reduced by several orders of magnitude with very little degradation in the cluster's tracking capability. Second...

Large companies’ relevance in trade missions : impact on SMEs : a qualitative study on Portuguese trade missions

Silva, Sofia Bernardo Fernandes Martins da
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 03/08/2015 ENG
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Competing in international markets used to be almost exclusive of large companies. Nowadays, this idea is utterly outdated and the internationalization of small and mediumsized enterprises is the order of the day. Governments acknowledged the importance of helping these companies in their path towards external markets, especially in the current moment, in which the effects of the European debt crisis are affecting the business community. Trade missions are part of the export promotion programs – state-owned or private - which have the ultimate goal of leveraging internationalization of firms. This dissertation intends to go deeper in the research on trade missions, trying to understand the role of large firms and their possible contributions for these export promotion tool. For that purpose, interviews were conducted to Portuguese export promotion agencies, large companies and SMEs. It was observed large companies are frequent participants of these events and they help in the promotion of the missions both in Portugal and in the host countries, having a similar role to government members. Despite that, we found small and medium-sized enterprises do not have much direct benefits from the interaction with larger companies. Networking between large firms and SMEs has much more potential than what is verified in current trade missions and should be encouraged.; Competir em mercados internacionais costumava ser algo exclusivo das grandes empresas. Contudo...

Development of large radii half-wave plates for CMB satellite missions

Pisano, G.; Maffei, B.; Ng, M. W.; Haynes, V.; Brown, M.; Noviello, F.; de Bernardis, P.; Masi, S.; Piacentini, F.; Pagano, L.; Salatino, M.; Ellison, B.; Henry, M.; de Maagt, P.; Shortt, B.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 30/09/2014
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The successful European Space Agency (ESA) Planck mission has mapped the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) temperature anisotropy with unprecedented accuracy. However, Planck was not designed to detect the polarised components of the CMB with comparable precision. The BICEP2 collaboration has recently reported the first detection of the B-mode polarisation. ESA is funding the development of critical enabling technologies associated with B-mode polarisation detection, one of these being large diameter half-wave plates. We compare different polarisation modulators and discuss their respective trade-offs in terms of manufacturing, RF performance and thermo-mechanical properties. We then select the most appropriate solution for future satellite missions, optimized for the detection of B-modes.; Comment: 16 pages

MULTI-MARKET INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL ECONOMIC MODELS FOR THE INTERNATIONALIZATION PROCESS BY SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE CONSTRUCTION DESIGN SERVICE FIRMS

London, Kerry
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Arquitetura e Urbanismo Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Arquitetura e Urbanismo
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Resumo solicitado
Publicado em 11/11/2010
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Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are critical to strategic initiatives in an economy; however, their contribution to foreign trade is not as significant. SMEs are one of the principal driving forces in economic development. One of the greatest challenges is the internationalization process for longevity rather than seeing the process as initial market entry. The internationalization process research has typically involved four key constructs: market selection, decision to enter, entry modes and factors affecting entry modes. Past research has focused on large manufacturing firms. The export of architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) firms has undergone growth, yet there is still significant opportunity for further growth. The majority of AEC firms are SMEs. Notwithstanding assistance provided through international trade missions, organized export firm support networks and information packages by a burgeoning number of government agencies, there are still perceived barriers to market entry and long-term economic sustainability for SMEs. There are a number of problems faced by SMEs acting in foreign trade. This investigation explores the successful initial internationalization process constructs and identifies unique project-oriented sector characteristics. The study identified similarities and differences between two firms that have been exporting to various localities...

El Sudeste de Asia en las vinculaciones Sur-Sur de la Argentina: ¿es la diversificación de socios suficiente?

Rubiolo, María Florencia; Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET),Argentina Universidad Siglo 21, Argentina.; Baroni, Paola Andrea; Universidad Siglo 21, Córdoba
Fonte: Revista de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre as Américas; Journal of Study and Research on the Americas Publicador: Revista de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre as Américas; Journal of Study and Research on the Americas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/12/2014 POR
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ResumoMercados não tradicionais têm se tornado mais proeminentes na agenda externa comercial da Argentina. Isto é particularmente evidente quando se percebe as relações comerciais no Norte da África, Angola, Oriente Médio e Sudeste Asiático. Com base em investigações realizadas, temos observado que as ligações recentes da Argentina com os países da SEA têm uma dupla tendência: após a década de noventa, houve uma diminuição nas iniciativas de dimensão político-diplomática, ao mesmo tempo que um aumento dos fluxos comerciais, especialmente nas exportações argentinas. No entanto, desde 2010 iniciativas políticas Argentinas nesta região têm florescido nos órgãos públicos - no Congresso, Ministério do Comércio Exterior e recentemente, junto com o chefe do executivo. A crescente participação de países da SEA na estrutura de exportação da Argentina ocorre simultaneamente a uma concentração maior da oferta de exportação. Tal observação nos direciona ao argumento central desse artigo: apesar do discurso político que destaca a intenção da Argentina no fortalecimento das relações Sul-Sul através da diversificação, a concentração da pauta de exportação de produtos de baixo valor acaba reproduzindo um padrão característico do comércio inter-industrial de relações centro-periferia.Palavras-chaveSudeste Asiático - Diversificação - Argentina - A política externa---ResumenLos mercados no tradicionales han adquirido una mayor relevancia dentro de la agenda externa comercial de la Argentina. Esto se evidencia particularmente a partir de las misiones comerciales al Norte de África...