Latin American Association

According to Magnoli and Arajo the MCCA ' ' one did not reveal capable to face the agroexportadora specialization of Central American economies and the consequent dependence ahead of the exterior markets. Moreover, it was poisoned by the diplomatical rivalries between its countries-membros' '. (MAGNOLI the ARAJO, 1998. P. 24).

The Andean Pact was instituted in 1969 for the Agreement of Cartagena (Colombia), with the objective to promote the cooperation between the Andean countries and the regional development, beyond acting as consultative body in questions relative politics to the region. Members: Venezuela, Colombia, Equator, Peru and Bolivia. Chile left of the Andean pact in 1977. Salient that the creation of the Andean Pact for the Treated one to Cartagena was an important historical antecedent of the Latin American integration and that, of certain form, it caused influences in the institution of the MERCOSUL. Through this pact, the signatory countries had celebrated an agreement to promote a form more ' ' dynamics of integrao' ' of what the existing one in the ALALC. The Andean Pact ' ' it never obtained to close steady agreements on its main goals.

The deterioration of the internal economic situation of its members became empty the rhetoric still more integracionista' '. (MAGNOLI and ARAJO, 1998, P. 24-25). Brando and Pereira point out despite ' ' the macroeconomic instabilidades and the bordering disputes among others questions, had led to it finish of the ALALC and to the retrocession in the agreements of Cartagena (Andean Pact) and in the one of Managua (MCCA) ' '. (BRANDO and PEAR TREE, 1998, P. 30). The Latin American Association of Integration (ALADI) the governments of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Equator, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela ' ' persuadidos' ' of that the regional economic integration constitutes one of the main ways so that the countries of Latin America can speed up its economic and social development; determined to renew the integration process Latin American, they bet in a new attempt of integration? the ALADI (Latin American Association of Integration).