South Countries

Who is poised to declare the truth, should have already planted his foot in the Stirrup of his mount. Each time Indian proverb more the dynamics of meetings, gatherings, summits will be increasing recital, the serious crisis affecting the world within the parameter of financial terms, significantly affecting many countries and where the less favored the effects are very serious, being the poor who will be most affected him worst part. One summit is to be held the II Summit of Presidents of AMERICA of the South and the Arab countries where 22 members of the Arab League and Presidents of the 12 countries of South America, among them President Cristina Fernandez of Argentina, Hugo Chavez, the President of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, will participate from Bolivia, Evo Moralesthe President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet and Lula Brazilian da Silva. Is expected that the talks revolve around the financial crisis world and its impact on the two regions, as well as issues related to South-South cooperation and other political Court involving Palestine and Sudan. The II Summit America of the South Arabs (ASPA) celebrates four years after the first, in Brasilia in 2005, and in that time some countries, such as Brazil, the great promoter of this Alliance, have tripled their trade with the Arabs. According to data of the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, trade between both blocks reached 17.976 million dollars in 2007. The trade balance is favorable to South America, which exported products worth 10.653 million dollars and imported $ 7.323 million dollars. The largest South American exporters to Arab countries were Brazil and Argentina, and Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Arab countries that most exported to South America such as rfi.fr/actues/, the Presidents of South America review meet with Arab leaders to strengthen integration adversely affect booming trade between both regions and prevent the onslaught of the economic crisis.

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