Andean Community of Nations

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Andean Community of Nations

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(Economics) a trading block composed of Bolivia, Ecuador, Columbia, and Peru, with associate members Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay
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The Andean Community was formed in 1969 by the Cartagena Agreement.
The Cartagena Agreement provided for the setting up of institutions like the Andean Council of Presidents, the Andean Council of Foreign Affairs, and the General Secretariat for the Andean Community.
Originally published as a monograph in the International Encyclopedia of Laws: Intergovernmental Organizations, this slim book reviews the historical development of the Andean Group since it was established in 1969 when Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru signed the Cartagena Agreement.
For an updated version of the Andean Pact, incorporating four principle modifications of the original agreement, see Andean Pact: Official Codified Text of the Cartagena Agreement Incorporating the Quito Protocol, published July 26, 1988, 28 I.
These include (for example) Decision 578 of the Commission of the Cartagena Agreement and excerpts from the 2003 ECOWAS Energy Protocol and the 2004 US-Australia Free Trade Agreement.