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Reference FCO 7/1461
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Andean group in Latin America (1970)
Description Communication with British Embassy in Lima. Decisions on overseas investments by the Andean Pact countries - Chile, Columbia, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. Concern in the US at the effect of the increasing influence of Chile, Peru and Bolivia on the Andean Group. Publication issued by UNIT, the Secretariat in Lima of the Andean Community, as to how foreign investments should be treated. Press comments on the Andean Group. Salvador Allende, President of Chile, and LAFTA and the Andean Group. Report of the Second Extraordinary Meeting of the Executive Commission of the Andean Group, 29 October 1970. Peruvian Industrial Plan for 1971-1975. First meeting of Central Banks of the Andean Group in Quito, 15-19 June 1970. Visit of the Chilean Foreign Minister, Dr Gabriel Valdés, to Venezuela, 9-13 August 1970. Plan for the creation of the Andean Sub-regional Common Market arising from the Cartagena Pact. Venezuela and the Andean Group. Communication with the Bank of England. Sale of Agricultural Techniques suited to tropical areas by UK and others. Timetables of events relating to the Andean Group. Aid for Latin America.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries Chile, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela, United Kingdom
Places Argentina; Australia; Bolivia; Brazil; Canada; Chile; Colombia; Ecuador; Gibraltar; Italy; Japan; Latin America; Lima; New Zealand; Peru; Spain; United States of America; Venezuela
People Hyslop, J T; Jamieson, K D; Valdés, Gabriel
Topics Aid; Andean Pact Countries; Bank of England; British Embassy; Common Market; Conservation; Department of State; Draft; Drugs; Education; Exports; Expropriation; Health; Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA); North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Oil; organisation; Payments; Special Committee on Latin American Co-ordination (CECLA); Tariffs; Taxation; Taxes; Trade; Trade policy; Treasury
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