Latin America Countries

June 18th, 2013

As global capital flows are advancing there is no proper control of the emerging economy (Honduras), should promote a prevention large in the field of monetary, financial impact, already but is public debt of Latin American countries will increase in leaps. International credit as a mechanism of control agencies should implement a technical assistance as an essential element that ensure compliance with financial policies. Within the analysis to promote financial stability is three fundamental aspects in developing countries: international credit agencies should carry out an analysis of the capacity or third world countries external debt sustainability. You must promote or regulate national institutions in the case of low-income countries debt relief by the prevailing levels of corruption in Latin America. The activities of technical assistance (of the IMF and WB), shall centralize in the maximization of the progress in the area of trade liberalization. To meet these aspects policy should lie in the proper prevention to deal with drastic changes in the world’s economies, this can be perform through each country economic studies for projecting credibility level there are financial levels.

Globalization is also considered as a yoke that arrives every third world country by the dominance of developed countries that is given through the integration of the world generally the impact of this system is given in the economy and politics is also called as a capitalist model changes at the level of the cultures by globalization are lost the identification of each country’s culture since adopt ways of thinking foreign. There is a confusion and loss of traditions. There is a more effective communication. One of the aspects analysed is most outstanding is what is adopted in the countries. Aspects economic of globalization in Latin American countries are currently developing capitalist systems with Socialist traits performing the principle number one of capitalism the rich more richer and the poor every time more poor.

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