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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Role Of The State. The Shipbuilding Industry In Argentina And Brazil [el Rol Estatal En Sectores Estratégicos. La Industria Naval Pesada En Argentina Y Brasil]|
De Jesus C.G.
|Abstract:||The article is devoted to analyzing the role of the state as one of the key elements that explains the divergent path taken by the shipbuilding industry in Argentina and Brazil. It describes the development and recent evolution of the naval sector in both countries, being outlined historically the origin, growth and peak of the sector, and also the changes that have occurred since the 1990s. On the other hand, it is performed a balance of the role of the state intervention in the dynamics acquired by the naval industry of these two Latin-American countries. The development of the shipbuilding industry in Argentina and Brazil presents important similarities in its beginnings, fundamentally regarding the state policies of promotion put in practice. Among the differences stands out the dissimilar role of the state companies of each country in generating the principal demand of the sector.|
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