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|Title:||Treaty of Montevideo|
|Alternative Title(s):||Treaty Establishing the Latin American Integration Association|
|Entry Into Force Date:||1981-03-18|
|Description:||The Treaty of Montevideo established the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI). ALADI is comprised of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The OAS version includes Resolutions CM/1 to 7 adopted by the Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA) Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs. The version from the ALADI site includes the nine Resolutions (ALAC/CM/Resolutions 1 to 9) of the LAFTA Council of Ministers.
Spanish and Portuguese versions also available.
|Legal Citation:||1329 UNTS 225, 20 ILM 672 (1981)|
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|Keywords:||regional economic integration|
|Document Creator:||Trade Unit of the OAS|
|Site Administrator:||Trade Unit of the OAS|