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 South America - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The South American Community of Nations is a planned continent-wide free trade zone to unite two existing free-trade organizations—Mercosur and the Andean Community.
South America is thought to have been first inhabited by people crossing the Bering Land Bridge, now the Bering strait, though there are also suggestions of migration from the southern Pacific Ocean.
Regions in South America include the Andean States, the Guianas, the Southern Cone, and Eastern South America.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/South_America   (1968 words)

  
 South American Community of Nations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the Third South American Summit, on 8 December 2004, presidents or representatives from twelve South American nations signed the Cuzco Declaration, a two-page statement of intent, announcing the foundation of the South American Community.
The mechanics of the new entity should come out at the First South American Community of Nations Heads of State Summit, to be held in Brasilia, in September 29-30 2005.
The only South American area not participating is French Guiana which is a département d'outre-mer of France and is therefore part of the European Union.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/South_American_Community_of_Nations   (702 words)

  
 The newly created South American Community of Nations - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
Last December 8 in Cuzco, Peru, the heads of states and governments of South America approved the creation of the South American Community of Nations (SACN), and agreed to have its first summit in 2005 in Brazil.
The fact that Guyana and Suriname are part of SACN constitutes a strategic linkage between the new South American organisation and Caricom.
According to the leaders of South America who represent a little less than 400 million people, it could take at least 15 years to fully integrate their economies, the internal and foreign policies of the Community, and to have a common tariff, a single currency and a SACN passport for every inhabitant of the region.
www.jamaicaobserver.com /columns/html/20050204T200000-0500_74496_OBS_THE_NEWLY_CREATED_SOUTH_AMERICAN_COMMUNITY_OF_NATIONS.asp   (999 words)

  
 Council for a Community of Democracies
The South American Community of Nations, modeled on the European Union, is planned to eventually include a common currency, parliament, and passport.
The two-page document was called a "preamble to the deed of foundation of the South American Community of Nations", or South American Union, which unites the continent's two preexisting free-trade organizations.
The 2004 South American summit, held from December 7-9 of this year, concluded with the announcement that twelve South American nations had signed the Cuzco Declaration.
www.ccd21.org /news/SACN_birth.htm   (235 words)

  
 article.print?id=4912
For the Central Americans, Fox's brokerage has taken the form of a boost for Plan Puebla-Panama, but the stakes may be higher among the South Americans.
South American presidents and foreign ministers will meet on December 7 in Cuzco, Peru, to form the new group.
Many of the South American countries would prefer to negotiate this rapprochement collectively, perhaps as Mercosur.
yaleglobal.yale.edu /article.print?id=4912   (850 words)

  
 Cusco Declaration on the South American Community of Nations. Third South American Presidential Summit
Cusco Declaration on the South American Community of Nations.
The South American Community of Nations will progressively establish and implement its levels and spheres of joint action, promoting convergence and, based on existing institutions, avoiding the duplication and superimposition of efforts without, in so doing, involving new financial expenses.
Cusco Declaration on the South American Community of Nations
www.comunidadandina.org /ingles/document/cusco8-12-04.htm   (703 words)

  
 [NYTr] South American Community of Nations & China
Now, the South American Community of Nations could play that role, so long as it defines itself not as a bloc for economic integration but as a mechanism for political coordination.
The defense of sovereignty is essential because all the nations of South America are being defied and challenged by the FTAA (Free Trade Agreement of the Americas] and this pact involves a blow to the sovereignty of each country.
The objective is to clear the way for an integration among South Americans that will help them solve their economic and political differences, and to strengthen their ability to deal with third parties.
tania.blythe-systems.com /pipermail/nytr/Week-of-Mon-20041129/009913.html   (1858 words)

  
 americas.org - South American Community of Nations
The South American Community of Nations (Comunidad Sudamamericana de Naciones or CSN) was launched in Cuzco (Ayacucho), Peru on December 9.
While individual countries and smaller groupings may have little leverage in negotiating with the United States, the South American Community of Nations presents a more formidable face.
The Community of Nations is born of a union between the Andean Community (CAN, for its Spanish initials) and Mercosur (Southern Common Market), with the addition of the Caribbean coast nations of Surinam and Guyana.
www.americas.org /item_17137   (590 words)

  
 A 'South American Community' The San Diego Union-Tribune
The chief organizer of 10 South American presidents' plan to announce a European Union-fashioned "Community of South America" on Dec. 9 concedes that the project may be a big gamble.
Now, with creation of the South American Community, the Mercosur and Andean Community member countries will team up in negotiations with Washington and the EU to reduce agricultural subsidies, take up joint positions in international organizations and eventually achieve full economic integration, he said.
But aren't South American countries doing the opposite of what Europe did when it started with basic economic agreements before venturing into political ones, I asked.
www.signonsandiego.com /uniontrib/20041127/news_lz1e27south.html   (532 words)

  
 Business in Development - South American Community of Nations looks at the EU
Leaders of eight countries gathered there this week to declare the founding of a “South American Community of Nations”, which is to include all 12 of the continent’s countries, encompassing 360m people and a GDP of nearly $1 trillion.
South American Community of Nations looks at the EU
The community’s second leg is a series of free-trade agreements linking Mercosur to the five Andean countries.
www.businessindevelopment.nl /article-1012.2145.html   (1298 words)

  
 globalinfo.org - Dec 7, CHILE (#33951)
"The project for the creation of a South American community of nations is a contribution to the goals of integration that these countries have long cherished," said the Chilean analyst.
The South American community will begin to be built by means of 32 physical infrastructure projects, with a total combined investment of 4.2 billion dollars, over the next five years.
Chilean President Ricardo Lagos will be one of the 12 South American leaders to sign the founding document of the new community, the central issue to be discussed at the third South American presidential summit.
www.globalinfo.org /eng/reader.asp?ArticleId=33951   (1089 words)

  
 South American Unity No Longer a Distant Dream
One main purpose of the summit was to affirm the agenda articulated at an earlier regional summit held last December in Cuzco, Peru.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez declared the summit’s intent to "accelerate the South American integration project as a geopolitical component because it is the only path that we have: the Latin American Union."Displaying his usual rhetorical panache, Chávez said this path would lead to a "new geopolitical map.
Calls for South American unity like President Toledo’s, whether based on trade or cultural ties, are nothing new to the continent.
www.rethinkvenezuela.com /news/04-11-05coha.html   (609 words)

  
 MercoPress - Falklands-Malvinas & South Atlantic News
A dozen of South American countries constituted Wednesday in the Peruvian Andes the South American Community of Nations in the framework of the III regional presidential summit.
The South American Community of Nations launched from the millennium old Inca temple of Korichancha in the Andes is forecasted to become the great Latinamerican block with 361 million people, 17 million square kilometres and a GDP equivalent to 973 billion US dollars.
The founding document also establishes that the highest political structure of the SA Community of Nations will be the regional leaders’ summits, the first of which is scheduled for 2005 in Brazil.
www.falkland-malvinas.com /Detalle.asp?NUM=4788   (953 words)

  
 Venezuelan Government proposes converting SELA ...
Caracas, 23 Nov. 2004.- The Venezuelan government proposed on Tuesday that the Latin American Economic System (SELA) should be made the "think tank" to provide support to the governments of the region in their effort to meet the "historic challenge" of creating the South American Community of Nations.
This decision involves an undertaking, which requires "the existence of a rational structure and of a think tank to advise us, to alert us on how to proceed and to provide us with the necessary tools with regard to the nature of this global integration process which is the South American Community of Nations.
As soon as the presidents have decided on the creation of this community, there will be a space for SELA to take due note and to begin preparing and submitting ideas and proposals and to contribute to enriching the debate that will invariably arise upon the creation of this community", the deputy minister added.
www.sela.org /public_html/AA2K4/ING/press/press2.htm   (516 words)

  
 Economy of South America - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The South American Community of Nations (SACN) will be a continent-wide free trade zone that will unite two existing free-trade organizations—Mercosur and the Andean Community—eliminating tariffs for non-sensitive products in ten years and sensitive products in fifteen years.
Economy of South America, Economic development, Future, Regional variation, Trade blocs, South American Community of Nations, Currency, Reference, Economic sectors, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Investing and banking, Global trade relations, Economy by country, See also, South America and Economies by region.
Below is a list of the currencies of South America, with exchange rates between each currency and both the Euro and US Dollars.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Economy_of_South_America   (411 words)

  
 Analysis: South American bloc of promise? - (United Press International)
The new South American Community of Nations, agreed to in Cuzco, is being heralded by some leaders as the beginning of true continental integration as once envisioned by South American patriot Simon Bolivar.
That kind of power might come in handy in 2005 when South American nations return to the negotiating table with the United States to discuss the creation of the Free Trade Area of the Americas.
On the surface, greater integration would appear to benefit many South American nations, particularly while dealing with first-world trading partners such as the United States, who many leaders here say bully them with unfair trade barriers, tariffs on their goods and subsidies at home.
www.washtimes.com /upi-breaking/20041209-062836-8796r.htm   (664 words)

  
 World and Nation-State
South American military sources report that U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's ultimatums were shot down at the Quito Defense Ministerial, as Ecuador, Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, and Venezuela lined up behind Brazil's opposition to him.
Several South American countries banned any such domestic military role in the aftermath of the 1970s military governments.
with other nations in the region could in a sense organize again a great nation emerging over a period, let's say, of a quarter-century, a period of one generation.
www.larouchepub.com /eiw/public/2005/2005_1-9/2005-2a/ibero.html   (2019 words)

  
 Inter Press Service News Agency
The new South American community of nations will unite the economic strength of Mercosur, three of whose members are on the Atlantic coast, with the strategic location of the Andean countries on the Pacific, he underlined.
That agreement, to gradually create one big free trade bloc, is at the core of the South American community, whose founding document will be signed by the leaders of 12 South American nations at their Wednesday and Thursday summit in Peru-- their third meeting since 2000.
The enthusiasm shared by the Brazilian government and other proponents of the South American community of nations that began to emerge Wednesday contrasts with the scepticism and opposition of Brazil's business community towards the ambitious integration plan.
www.ipsnews.net /africa/print.asp?idnews=26594   (834 words)

  
 South American Summit Looks at Free Trade - Prensa Latina
The South American Community of Nations is composed of Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The organizing structure and prioritized tasks of the South American Community of Nations, created in December, 2004 in Peru, will be defined in the summit.
Presidents Tabare Vasquez, (Uruguay) and Hugo Chavez, (Venezuela), also presidents of Andean Community of Nations and MERCOSUR, respectively, state that the South Commission would study harmonization of economic and political fields, integration of strategic sectors plus cooperation and unity with other countries and blocs.
www.plenglish.com /article.asp?ID={175272BB-F7F9-4429-8199-589CE406D1C8})&language=EN   (290 words)

  
 americas.org - New Economic Community?
South American heads of state formally announced the creation of the South American Community of Nations during a summit held in Cusco, Peru on December 8.
The new trading bloc is to unite Mercosur (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) and the Andean Community (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela) with Chile, Guyana and Suriname in one large trading bloc.
Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo noted that the new community would include 361 million inhabitants—but also a total of $315 billion in external debt.
www.americas.org /item_17193   (218 words)

  
 South American leaders gather to create political, economic bloc
The leaders were meeting to sign an accord establishing the South American Community of Nations.
Penaherrera also was skeptical about South American nations creating a common market, noting that in many cases they export the same products.
Presidents and high-ranking officials from 12 South American countries gathered in this ancient Inca capital to create a political and economic bloc they hope will put them on a more equal footing with the United States and Europe.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2004/12/08/international0804EST0492.DTL&type=printable   (439 words)

  
 south american union of nations - Marijuana Growing
The new South American Community of Nations was launched at a summit in the Peruvian city of Cuzco.
Next Thursday, on the 180th anniversary of the battle, the presidents of all South American nations will sign a declaration that could prove historic in its own right.
Representatives from 12 South American countries have signed an agreement to create a political and economic bloc modelled on the European Union.
www.overgrow.com /edge/showthread/t-559984.html   (1024 words)

  
 AsianWeek.com: National News: South Asian American Community Reacts to Indo-Pakistan Tensions
What alarms some members of the community is that Pakistan and India, two of the world’s latest nuclear powers, have been engaged in a game of brinkmanship around Kashmir that has become unpredictably hostile, resulting in one of the largest military buildups along border in the last 50 years.
On Jan. 7, Friends of South Asia &; a Bay Area organization — held a demonstration in front of the Indian Consulate in San Francisco to protest the Indian government’s actions in Kashmir.
Central to the debate behind Kashmir is a 1947 United Nations resolution to allow each of the former British Indian states to determine, by referendum, their affiliation with either Pakistan or India.
www.asianweek.com /2002_01_11/news_indopak.html   (1140 words)

  
 Chavez Frias welcomes South American Community of Nations as a baby
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Frias has welcomed the birth of the South American Community of Nations as precisely that, as a baby...
Presidents of 12 South American countries have agreed in Cuzco (Peru) to start an integration program that eventually will see one monetary system and one common Constitution.
However, some analysts suggest that the new creation is the result of Brazilian diplomacy and some go further, calling Brazil a proxy of the USA after the latter's failure to impose its Free Trade for the Americas Agreement (FTAA).
www.vheadline.com /printer_news.asp?id=23909   (263 words)

  
 Cuzco Declaration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cuzco Declaration, formally titled, Preamble to the Foundation Act of the South American Union, is a two-page declaration of intent signed by 12 South American countries during the Third South American Summit, on December 8, 2004, in Cuzco, Peru, announcing the foundation of the South American Community of Nations.
It called for a regional parliament, a common market and a common currency.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cuzco_Declaration   (107 words)

  
 EUROPA - Bulletin EU 12-2004 (en): 1.6.27
The following Presidency statement on behalf of the European Union, on the occasion of the foundation of the South American Community of Nations at the third South American summit, was published in Brussels and Amsterdam on 8 December.
'The European Union congratulates the Heads of State of South American nations convening today, 8 December 2004, in Cusco, Peru, with the foundation of the South American Community of Nations.
The European Union welcomes this step towards further regional integration and looks forward to continuing the good cooperation with its South American partners.
europa.eu.int /abc/doc/off/bull/en/200412/p106027.htm   (163 words)

  
 Andean Community - Comunidad Andina 2003
Cusco Declaration on the South American Community of Nations
Declaration of Caracas on the occasion of the I Meeting of Ministers of Energy of the South American Community of Nations
The Secretary General of the Andean Community (CAN), Allan Wagner, affirmed that Venezuela’s negotiation to become a full member of MERCOSUR could prove to be the initial stage in the formation of the South American Community.
www.comunidadandina.org /endex.htm   (1367 words)

  
 C5955B56E9B7FB3E03256FE4006E63CD
The South-American Community of Nations represents a common market with 361 million consumers spread in 17.658 million square kilometres, which has gas and petroleum reserves for more than 100 years and an invaluable natural dispensation.
Opertti participates in Meeting of Foreign Secretaries of the South-American Community of Nations
On December 8th, 2004, in Cuzco, the Summit of South-American Presidents decided to create the South-American Community of Nations.
www.aladi.org /nsfaladi/Prensa.nsf/busquedaComunicadoswebi/C5955B56E9B7FB3E03256FE4006E63CD   (216 words)

  
 Event - Current Event In South America
Brief encyclopedia entry provides the history of the South American trade bloc, a merger of Mercosur...
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Includes various official reports on South Africa, press releases, and a list of key officers in the...
event.researcheasy.com /currenteventinsouthamerica   (615 words)

  
 Caribbean Net News: Guyana, Suriname join new 12-nation South American bloc
CUSCO, Peru: Guyana and Suriname were among 12 South American nations that last week launched an ambitious project to integrate the 361-million-people-strong continent into an economic and political bloc dubbed the South American Community of Nations.
Caribbean Net News: Guyana, Suriname join new 12-nation South American bloc
The 12 nations have a combined gross domestic product of more than 800 billion dollars and export 188 billion dollars in goods a year.
www.caribbeannetnews.com /2004/12/13/bloc.htm   (515 words)

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