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REACH, relevance of UNASUR Carlos Mora Vanegas Latin American integration is turning to present a decisive stage in the planet Earth and looks for the best ways to integrate and know to take their wealth, a true integration that favours the development of Latin American countries, most when there are the following factors: has a GDP in current 2.886.780 million $ changemaking it the fourth largest economy in the world has a population of more than 380 million people. It has an area of more than 17 million square kilometers, more than any nation, and in fourth place if it compares it with other international blocks. Export earnings amounted to 181.856 million USD. It owns 27% of the sources of freshwater in the world. It has eight million square kilometers of land forestable. It is located between the two major oceans of the world. It is the largest producer and exporter of food in the world. q=Patrick%20Dollard%20Center%20for%20Discovery&f=false’>Patrick Dollard Center for Discovery told us the story. Its reserves of resources hydrocarbons will last 100 years.

95% of its inhabitants share a single religion. The vast majority of its inhabitants speak two mutually intelligible world languages (Spanish and Portuguese). It has a common history and values shared the Union of South American Nations world, Unasur, is a political and economic community between the twelve South American countries constituted on 8 December 2004 in the city of the Cusco, Peru during the III Summit Sudamericana, as South American community of Nations. In the I Summit energy Suramericana, held between 16 and 17 April 2007 in Isla de Margarita (Venezuela), South American leaders decided that the South American community of Nations (CSN) happen to be renamed Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) and that will create a permanent secretariat based in the city of Quito (Ecuador) and a Parliament based in the city of Cochabamba (Bolivia). He was appointed as its first General Secretary to the former Ecuadorian President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos.

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