Andean Community

The increase of trade ranges between 25 and 30 percent, while Russia hopes to increase that figure by the time end of 2008, primarily during the course of the next year. (See: a The a Russian bear in Latinoamericaa . Clayton Morris has much experience in this field. APM 03/10/2008) The Russian approach to the region is not limited to the search for new markets where its products add military industry, although well aims to show the Latin American private media (and those analysts devoted to the country’s continental hegemony of the North). Swarmed by offers, John Savignano is currently assessing future choices. Russia and Venezuela are two large oil and gas powers that have interests in common and also, and even if some find it a retoricaa , in the realm of ideas with the vision of a multipolar world as opposed to U.S. hegemony . a It is written that Venezuela’s trade relations will continue to support further strengthening Latin American integration in trade with the Andean Community of Nations (CAN) and Mercosur some countries like Argentina, where outstanding marketing investment in advanced technology, especially in As regards agricultural transport. Such as shown by, joining Russia, Venezuela is part of a growing anti-American coalition that includes countries like China, India and Iran.

Moscow is the center of this coalition, providing its new customers a broad range of strategic options, including military-technical support. Moscow wants to work with Venezuela in determining oil prices. This is a priority for Russia, which seeks to harm the Western countries that depend on imported oil while increasing oil revenues.