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Reference FCO 7/1459
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Development of and general matters relating to Latin American Free Trade Area (LAFTA) (1970)
Description Report on discussions with LAFTA members and seminar course. Visit to the UK of Diplomatic Representatives accredited to LAFTA and of some members of the Secretariat, 5-19 January 1970, and program for the visit. Program for the Latin American Free Trade Association seminar for which Sir Keith Unwin was the Course Director. Report by the British Ambassador in Venezuela on the Ninth LAFTA Conference, 27 October - 12 December 1969 in Caracas.The Caracas Protocol. An appreciation on the LAFTA conference, 27 October - 12 December 1969 in Caracas by Ambassador Alfonso Patino Rosselli.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries Venezuela, United Kingdom, United States
Places Africa; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Britain; Chile; Colombia; Ecuador; Europe; Geneva; Iran; Latin America; Mexico; Middle East; Paraguay; Peru; Trinidad and Tobago; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Venezuela
People Rosselli, Alfonso Patino; Stewart, Michael; Unwin, Keith
Topics Agriculture; British Embassy; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Common Market; Concorde; Congress; Department of State; Draft; European Economic Community; European Free Trade Association; European integration; Exports; Free trade; Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA); Oil; organisation; Tariffs; Trade; Trade policy; United Nations; withdrawal
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