Septiembre, 2015

Legal Instruments of Integration (IJI) Observatory

By Federico Mazzella Septiembre, 2015
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This month’s trends


In the course of September 2015, the regional trade policy outlook was marked by different initiatives surrounding agreements in force. The most notable events were regional agreements on the part of Mexico, The Dominican Republic, and Peru with partners both within and outside the region and of the main integration blocs—MERCOSUR, CELAC, SICA, UNASUR, and CAN. Progress was also made on new and advanced negotiations.


360º Panorama


This month, progress was made on intraregional agreements; accords with extraregional partners were deepened; there was headway on negotiations that had already been announced; and progress was made on 20 existing agreements and six trade negotiations (one new, four advanced, and one completed).


Concluded Negotiations



Advanced Negotiations







New Negotiations




Selected news on trade agreements currently in force





















The IJI is a compilation of regulatory texts, commentaries, and follow-up on legal commitments and developments of an analytical nature concerning the various integration processes taking place in Latin America and the Caribbean. For news and to learn more about the progress made on trade agreements and negotiations, visit IJI.

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