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Latin America

The economy or globalization in European markets, the integration in Latin America for years has occupied space and attention, but without immediate practical application agreement, embodied in time and quantitative benefits. It was the international dynamics, which has imposed hardships on the decisions regional, and so are evident in negotiations and agreements. Liberation is not a necessary condition for growth, but the appropriate use for a trade policy can have positive effects perfectly. Trade policy can be instrumental in reducing dependence on energy, whether they originate to the stimulation of non-traditional activities with potential to generate externalities. Trade integration with the rest of Latin America can take advantage of political scales. But the release with the rest of the world has dangers and should be careful not to sacrifice dynamic industries. Trade liberalization must be accompanied by the generation of institutions redistributed. Latin American integration has received priority in various declarations and political environments, but in practice, in day to day, erect barriers to trade and excessive discretion persists personal plans (like any good plan) are built on assumptions – assumptions basic about the future.

The purpose is to predict the development of these basic principles. If you are planning to staffing requirements, it is usually needed three sets of predictions: one for personal requirements and another for the provision of external candidates and another for internal candidates available. It is important that planning staff should be externally or internally integrated. Externally, with the general plans of the organization. Internally, human resource planning should be integrated into the planning of all personnel functions – such as recruiting, training, job analysis and development – which must be integrated or coordinated, for example, employing 50 employees means that they must train and perform their salary budget.