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Back Matter

Hamid Faruqee
Published Date:
April 2016
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Lista de países y abreviaturas de regiones

Grupos de países

CAPRDPaíses caribeños exportadores de materias primasPaíses caribeños dependientes del turismoAmérica CentralUnión Monetaria del Caribe Oriental (ECCU)AL-6América del Sur
Costa RicaBeliceAntigua yBeliceAnguilaBrasilArgentina
El SalvadorGuyanaBarbudaCosta RicaAntigua y BarbudaChile ColombiaBolivia
GuatemalaSurinameLas BahamasEl SalvadorDominicaMéxicoBrasil
HondurasTrinidad yBarbadosGuatemalaGranadaPerúChile
PanamáGranadaNicaraguaSaint Kitts yEcuador
RepúblicaHaitíPanamáNevis San VicenteGuyana
DominicanaJamaicay lasParaguay
Saint Kitts yGranadinasPerú
NevisSanta LucíaSuriname
San VicenteUruguay
y lasVenezuela
Santa Lucía

Abreviaturas de las regiones

Pacífico y Asia oriental


Europa y Asia Central


América Latina y el Caribe


Oriente Medio y Norte de África


Asia meridional


África subsahariana


Lista de abreviaturas de los países

Antigua y Barbuda




Las Bahamas
















Costa Rica






El Salvador


Estados Unidos
























República Dominicana


Saint Kitts y Nevis


San Vicente y las Granadinas


Santa Lucía




Trinidad y Tobago







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