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THE ROLE OF THE RULES OF ORIGIN IN THE AUTOMOTIVE TRADE BETWEEN VENEZUELA WITH ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ALADI AND MERCOSUR

Ortiz Valenzuela, Enio Enrique

Universidad Simón Bolívar

Camurí Grande, Estado Vargas - Venezuela

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Fecha de recepción: 05/13/2014 - Fecha de aprobación: 07/08/2014

ABSTRACT

The following paperwork introduces to the comprehension of rules of origin as an important tool to commercial exchange with countries such as Argentina and Brazil in automotive sector, access market mechanism to obtain tariff benefits and stimulate domestic production in countries that takes part in the dynamics of regional integration. It is important to remind that Venezuela is found in an adaptation process of its local legislation into the communitarian regulations of South American Common Market (MERCOSUR), however, the Latin-American Association of Integration (ALADI), permits sceneries to subscribe bilateral or multilateral agreements on those items negotiated in the context of (MERCOSUR). As main objectives proposed are to identify regulatory elements that have incidence in the compliance of rules of origin in automotive sector in MERCOSUR, check the behavior of international trade of vehicles with Argentina and Brazil during the period 2002 – 2012 and comparative study of the Complementary Economic Agreement Nº 14 and Nº 59. This is a documental investigation supported by a descriptive design. Between the most outstanding results is found that Venezuela don´t take advantage of rules of origin to generate more production and exports and requires a longer period to negotiate a commercial automotive agreement with the counterparts of Argentina and Brazil.

KEY WORDS: Origin; Preference; Production; Colombia; MERCOSUR.

 

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