Panama Convention

The Panama Convention was established to deal with economic and social strategies of trade relations as well as issues concerning international borders and whether cooperation would be at issue. The Panama Convention established the Latin American Economic Commission and has been an important part of ensuring that there is uniform international trade policy in place and has been instrumental in Latin American trade.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the other treaties and how do they relate to the Panama Convention?


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