Andean Sub Regional Integration Agreement


Article 136.- The Andean Council for Foreign Affairs, meeting in enlarged session, may, on a proposal from the Andean Commission, confer the status of associate member on a country which has concluded a free trade agreement with the Member States of the Andean Community, on a proposal from the Andean Commission. Article 135.- Any Member State wishing to denounce this agreement shall participate in it in the Commission. From that date, it shall lose the rights and obligations arising from its membership, with the exception of the benefits it has received and granted under the subregional liberalization programme, which shall remain in force for a period of five years from the date of termination. IIA Mapping Project The IIA Mapping Project is a cooperative initiative between UNCTAD and universities around the world to represent the content of IIAs. The resulting database serves as a tool to understand trends in the development of the IIA, assess the prevalence of different policy approaches and identify examples of contracts. The “Mapping of IIA Content” allows you to browse the results of previous projects (the page will be updated regularly when the new results are updated). Please cite as: UNCTAD, Mapping of IIA Content, available under investmentpolicy.unctad.org/international-investment-agreements/iia-mapping For more information: Mapping Project page Project description and methodology Document d) Promotion of intraregional agricultural and agro-industrial trade and signing of agreements for the supply of agricultural products; Article 120.- The Commission may lay down conditions and procedures more favourable than those provided for in this Chapter in favour of one of the relatively less developed countries, taking into account the level of development attained and the conditions for using the benefits of integration. (b) equipment, technical assistance, technology and other goods and services, preferably of subregional origin, are provided; Article 104.- Member States shall make joint efforts to improve the use of physical space and strengthen the infrastructure and services necessary to promote the economic integration of the subregions. These efforts are mainly made in the fields of energy, transport and communications and include the necessary measures to facilitate cross-border trade between Member States.

DETERMINED to achieve these objectives through the establishment of a system of integration and cooperation based on the balanced, harmonious and common economic development of their countries, Article 69. The General Secretariat may carry out or promote cooperative efforts, including those aimed at rationalizing and modernizing industry, for the benefit of any activity in this sector, in particular small and medium-sized subregional enterprises, in order to contribute to the industrial development of the Member States. . . .

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