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This front matter section of the book titled Latin American and Caribbean Trade Agreements: Keys to a Prosperous Community of the Americas contains the Table of Contents, the Acknowledgments, a note about the author, the list of abbreviations and acronyms, and the Introduction. The book has two purposes: (1) to fill the void in academic texts that can be used to teach courses on economic integration in the Western Hemisphere; and (2) to provide a road map for the new administration that moves into the White House in January 2009 to complete the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) project. As the book makes clear, however, a free trade agreement will not be enough. A bolder and more ambitious project that also seeks to redress many of the deep-seated problems that have long plagued Latin America and the Caribbean is required.

Keywords: Caribbean trade agreements; FTAA; Latin American Trade Agreements



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