Latin American Business Cultures by Robert Crane, Carlos G. Rizowy

By Robert Crane, Carlos G. Rizowy

For foreign enterprise and Cross-Cultural administration classes. This concise, functional booklet used to be written to raised comprehend the enterprise cultures in 11 Latin American nations, whereas delivering scholars with a historic viewpoint to cultural transformations. to accommodate what's an inherently imprecise and as but ill-defined subject--the cross-cultural relatives of Latin America--this publication makes use of a sequence of filters to realize the illusive cultural components in Latin American lifestyles.

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12 As time passed, and until the creation of the South-American Nations Community (2007) and the South-American Union (2008), the scope of these “circumstances” became increasingly large. Since then, the emphasis given by Brazilian foreign policy to its southern identity has represented a change in relation to the universalism of its previous attitude. 13 For Argentina, two facts converged to make this country choose to cooperate with its neighbors. The first was the Malvinas War. Although the controversy with the United Kingdom goes back to 1833, for more than a century it did not affect the strong economic relations between the two states.

For a good analysis of Venezuelan foreign policy in regards to the Caribbean and Central America from 1960 to 1980, see Bond (1982: 100–13). 17. On the interrogatory of the OAS Secretary-General José Miguel Insulza, see US Government (2008). 18. As it happened, for example, in the case of the War of the Pacific, which has been intermittently revived in a series of disputes that still create tensions between the countries involved. The motives for the continuous reactivation of the conflict throughout the years have been of varied nature: a quarrel over the course of a river (such as the Lauca), the supply of gas to Chile, Regional Organizations and Inter-State Conflicts 31 and others.

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