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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa Alianza del Pacífico como dinamizadora del Comercio Exterior Colombiano(2017) Ruiz Velásquez, Yuliana; Sanabria Estrada, Juan MarcoThe Colombian economic opening in 1991 stablished the country bases to initiate its integration process through the signing of bilateral and multilateral agreements, which ones were based on commercial cooperation. These mechanisms worked as an internationalization platform of Colombian foreign trade. In this sense when the economic situations appear, as the one presented by Colombia since 2014 with the petroleum low prices crisis, the regional integration process might get to become in the mechanism to diversify the risks that can bring along with the international trade. In this sense, the regional treaties reach by Colombia constitute a starting point to diversify the interregional trade. Between those agreements, the Pacific Alliance stand out because stablished as a precedent to starting a process of deep integration within Chile, Colombia, México and Peru. This platform pretend to get close bit by bit to a common market in which one it is possible free flow of goods, services, people and capitals. More than a commercial treaty, the Pacific Alliance pretend to be a platform of economic, political and cultural cooperation that is focus on accomplish integration process between economic blocks.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoAnálisis de los cambios del decreto 390 de 2016 en el proceso aduanero de importación desempeñado por la Agencia de Aduana MCA Nivel 2(2018-10-03) Correa Cardona, Dayana; Solorzano Guzmán, Eliana; Muñoz Rodríguez, Jairo MiguelThe present investigation was carried out with the purpose of evidencing the requirements of the Decree 390 of 2016 on the import customs process, taking MCA Level 2 Customs Agency as a case study, and proposing the search of the results from the qualitative classification of the investigation according to Martínez (2011) and the analytical typology according to Hurtado (2010), so the fundamental purpose is to gather information related to the problem to obtain the results, which will contribute to the generation of new knowledge for the scientific and academic community . In short, the Customs Framework Law and its regulatory decrees are products of the updating of practices related to foreign trade for Colombia, because the purpose of the national government is to belong to international and multilateral organizations that promote the development of nations, in order to maintain macro-economic stability. To conclude, the present research allows the updating of researchers as future professionals of administrative sciences and who will be faced with a totally changing and full of challenges context, so for the business sector it is important to have updated professionals.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoAnálisis del desarrollo portuario de la ciudad de Cartagena de Indias(2018-10-10) Sáenz Mercado, Viena Del Carmen; Vásquez Marrugo, Karen Dayana; Lozano Burgos, Ana PaulaThe main objective of this research is, to analyze the development impact of the Port of Cartagena de Indias on 3 specific aspects, territorial ordering, foreign trade and human capital of the city. These aspects have been selected because on them, the changes have been more significant and their situations quite particular. The territorial ordering of the city in relation to the port has been marked by growth and development, as a result of the investments budgeted for it. Thanks to this, the Port of Cartagena de Indias was to receive only 2 vessels with steel armor in the 19th century to receive more than 4 thousand vessels per year and be among the first 5 positions in the ranking carried out by ECLAC in the movement of the port every year. The analysis of the behavior of foreign trade is carried out over the last 5 years, with emphasis on the last 2 years, in all aspects related to the port. Finally, human capital is analyzed from a comparison of how it was before and how it is now, and in its relationship with the port, the aspects of trained personnel and the number of jobs generated by the port are exposed.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoClamel : en búsqueda de nuevos horizontes comerciales (Holanda) a partir del reconocimiento cultural(2018) Gaviria Correa, Melissa; Luna Cano, Laura IsabelThe present research text was proposed as a first strategy to approach the country in question to recognize in it relevant idiosyncratic aspects that may represent barriers or, on the contrary, favorable conditions for the commercialization of CLAMEL products there; for this, it is of great importance to characterize the brand (way of working), to characterize the destination country (Holland) from demographic, economic and cultural variables, based on the concept of cultural dimensions of G. Hofstede and applying it to the Dutch market. Knowledge of culture for international business should not be taken for granted, this is the first step for any investigation of the business sciences; determines results and behaviors. Holland is a free country full of many possibilities and opportunities, for this and other factors, Clamel finds the Netherlands as an appropriate research country to carry out an international trade process for its products
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoRelaciones bilaterales de Colombia con China en términos del intercambio comercial(Universidad de San Buenaventura Cali, 2018) Quintero Candela, Alejandra; Guerra Álvarez, EduarThe objective of this work is make a study of the bilateral relations of Colombia with China in terms of commercial exchange, as well as the characterization of these. Found that don’t exist a free trade agreement between the two countries, only child agreements and cooperation frameworks. Colombia includes a trade deficit with China, with an export offer that is not attractive to the Asian market. Within China's foreign investment to Colombia is mostly in the Hydrocarbons, telecommunications and infrastructure sector. China is looking to Colombia for more investments due because geographical position, seeking to establish more Chinese companies in the country to enter a competition in the Latin American market. Most affected sector by imports from China is the textile sector, which has decrees with respect to tariffs to avoid massive imports, but at the same time have decrees that say can enter the market 0 % of tariff, affecting Colombian companies.