Son vacas, somos puercos (Biblioteca Era)

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The unit will also give special attention to the political role of women in traditional male-dominated societies. Furthermore, the new outward-looking model of regional integration is consistent with the reform of these countries' external economies being achieved through the reduction of tariffs and simplification of tariff structures, lowering of non-tariff barriers, liberalization of foreign investment restrictions, and implementation of more competitive exchange rate systems. Being considered as the Other from the North American perspective forces the characters and the reader alike to “discover” their Caribbeanness from the outside and in opposition to Anglo Saxon subjectivity.

Pages: 128

Publisher: Ediciones ERA; 1. ed edition (January 1, 1998)

ISBN: 9684113382

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