Bolivia’s opposition to trade agreements caused reaction in Lima

· Economics

The Peruvian Chancellor, José García Belaunde, stated that Peru will continue with its process of commercial agreements, especially with US and Europe, even if that is not pleasant to Bolivia, which Evo Morales’ government has opposed in a strong campaign that has been very critics to the Lima’s negotiations.


Bolivia does not want to have commercial agreements in the way follow by Colombia and Peru and it did much opposition within CAN (the Andean Community of Nations) to avoid any progress in the negotiation of this area as an economical group, according to the observations of Chancellor García and published by AméricaEconomía.


Bolivia “intends to impose to the other countries of the region an ideological position that is against to the agreements of commerce,” said García in Lima.

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