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The Statute of Mercosur Cooperatives

  • Dante Cracogna
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Abstract

The Asuncion Treaty, signed on 26 March 1991 by Argentine, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, gave birth to the Common Market of the South (Mercosur, as per its acronym in Spanish).

Keywords

State Parti Business Organization Legal Person Cooperative Movement National Parliament 
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References

  1. Callejo AV (1995) Alternativas para la integración de las cooperativas en el ámbito del MERCOSUR. (El Estatuto de las Empresas Binacionales Argentino-Brasileñas) [Alternatives for the Integration of Cooperatives in the Sphere of MERCOSUR. (Statute of Argentine-Brazilian Binational Organizations)]. Revista de Derecho Privado y Comunitario 8:479ff (Rubinzal-Culzoni: Buenos Aires)Google Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Buenos AiresBuenos AiresArgentina

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