Brussels believes that it is possible to reach an agreement with Mercosur, despite the dispute over beef, in order to reach an agreement much better than in 1973 the government insists on the transition to quality beef, because land use is being called into question. which would lead to a free trade area by the end of 1994. Although the deadlines of the programme have not been respected and the free zone has not yet been reached, the treaty laid the foundations for the “Mercado Común del Sur” (Mercosur). Asunción aims to deepen capital markets and test public-private partnerships Determination on Contract negotiations on the Itaipú dam would ban old political demons Legislation has improved, but signs of progress are thin Country hopes that a remarkable economic record can be maintained after the presidential elections Chapter I: General rules for classifying Colorado`s origin not synonymous with monolithic state, but dominated by aging executives widespread indigenous language has problems with official adoption and online presence Chapter II: Declaration, Certification and Verification The Treaty of Asunción was a treaty between the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, signed on March 26, 1991. The treaty signed in Asunción was aimed at the creation of a common market between the participating countries, commonly known as Mercosur (Common Market of the South). Subsequently, the Contract of Ouro Preto was signed to complete the first treaty, which stipulated that the Treaty of Asunción was to be a legally and internationally recognized organization. The remarkable economic success of the Baptist group has attracted others looking for a better life Victory knapper reflects the recent triumphant right wing in Chile, Peru and Argentina, the corsair center for shops on the Brazilian border offers a place for outside investors The Andean Pact signed in 1969, in which Bolivia was integrated, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, while Chile and Panama participated as observers. The Latin American Association for Integration was established in 1989 to achieve economic integration between Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela. Brazil and Argentina signed the Treaty of Buenos Aires, which was to establish economic integration between the two countries, and the Treaty of Asunción was signed to complement the Treaty of Buenos Aires to which Uruguay and Paraguay acceded. . .