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Reference FCO 7/1463
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Latin American Economic Co-ordinating Commission (CECLA) (1970)
Description The sixth meeting of the Special Committee on Latin American Co-ordination (CECLA) held in Buenos Aires and presided over by the Argentine Foreign Minister, Dr. De Pablo Pardo and attended by Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Trinidad, Tobago and Jamaica although Brazil and Guyana were absent. The CECLA declaration calls for an investigation into the repercussions for Latin America of the European agricultural policy. Importance of relations between the European Common Market and South America. Includes a written declaration on co-operation between Latin America and Europe. The declaration's interests lie in Trade, Finance, Science and Technology,
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica
Places Argentina; Barbados; Brazil; Britain; Canada; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Ecuador; Europe; France; Guyana; Iran; Jamaica; Latin America; Mexico; Netherlands; Paraguay; Peru; Trinidad and Tobago; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Venezuela
People Pardo, De Pablo; Valdés, Gabriel
Topics Aid; Bank of England; British Embassy; Common Market; European Economic Community; Exports; organisation; Shipping; Special Committee on Latin American Co-ordination (CECLA); The Nine; Trade; Treasury; United Nations; Welfare
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