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APEP BP Question #1

How can your country benefit from economic partnerships, such as APEP, if at all? Are there any cons to economic groups/partnerships? If so, how can they be solved?


This question must be answered by October 9th, 23:59pm (GMT-5 / Lima Time).

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APEP BP Question #2

What is the underlying purpose of APEP? Are you in favor of the partnership? Do you believe it will be fruitful in its purpose of integrating the region? Why or why not? This question must be answered

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kamil trigozo
kamil trigozo
Oct 10, 2023

República Checa: La República Checa, como miembro de la Unión Europea (UE), se beneficia de acuerdos de libre comercio y asociaciones económicas, como la Asociación de Países de Europa Central, las asociaciones económicas desempeñan un papel crucial en la actualidad, ya que permiten a los países cooperar y promover el crecimiento económico a través de la integración regional y la cooperación internacional, lo que significa un acceso a un mercado más grande y diversificado. Esto puede impulsar las exportaciones checas y aumentar la demanda de productos y servicios nacionales, aprovechando esta colaboración para mejorar su capacidad tecnológica y aumentar la innovación en sus sectores industriales, Al ser miembro de la APEP, la República Checa puede fortalecer su posición en la…


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al16107
Oct 10, 2023

PORTUGAL: The Portugese Republic is concerned about the APEP situation right now. Although APEP was founded with the purpose of achieving international cooperation and economic prosperity Portugal hasn't seen that yet in the Americas. As once Cristiano Ronaldo said “Stay strong. Be brave. Go beyond.” this is what the Portuguese Republic is looking forward to in APEP.


First, we need to understand clearly what the problem with the consistent failures that economic partnerships have had in the last decades. The world has faced many failures of what started as proposals to seek prosperity and economic growth, so Portugal encourages other nations to look for what other partnerships have done to benefit economically and socially. Take as an example, Portugal itself.…


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Dania Fuchs
Dania Fuchs
Oct 10, 2023

SWEDEN:

In the present era, fostering economic alliances has become paramount for any nation aspiring to make significant strides in its global economic positioning. Sweden, renowned for its robust economy and commendable cooperative stance with diverse nations, holds a keen appreciation for the significance of economic connections that contribute to collective prosperity worldwide.


The Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity (APEP) was introduced by President Biden in June 2022 during the Summit of the Americas. The partnership involves the United States and several partner countries like Barbados, Canada, Chile, and others. Together, they are dedicated to fostering sustainable development within the shared region. APEP will prioritize initiatives in climate-related industries, job creation, and support for countries hosting significant numbers of migrants…


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OMAR MAURICIO CARRASCO TEJADA
OMAR MAURICIO CARRASCO TEJADA
Oct 10, 2023

JAPAN: Economic partnerships such as APEP have proven to be able to help in various aspects the economy of certain countries, in the case of Japan, it would add an expanded market that is usually out of reach in the Western Hemisphere, this would involve the case of an exponential increase in trade and investment in member countries, as well as being able to diversify these type of trade markets, without necessarily relying on a specific region while mitigating risks with economic downturns in any area. Diplomatic ties and cooperation with countries in the Americas could be reached which will eventually lead to collaborative efforts in different aspects that may go further than economy, such as scientific research and technological…


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sr1430445
Oct 10, 2023

BRAZIL: Brazil’s GDP growth has changed in the years, sadly for bad after having experienced many crises like the COVID-19 which had a drastic impact on the GDP growth. In 2001 to 2014 the GDP grew on average by 3.3% per year, all this propelled by the international commodities upswing and the domestic expansion of social programs, among others. Decrease in commodity prices, political turmoil, and unevaluated structural problems (these refer to problems that are a result of the biases embedded in the fabric of social institutions). This led to an economic crisis, with the GDP growth falling to an average of -0.3% from 2014 to 2019 and in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic the growth decreased to -3.3…


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