Disposiciones relativas a los agentes consulares de la Republica Argentina.

Rules set out by the President regarding Argentine consuls. For example, consuls can only be appointed by government, they must provide protection and assistance to merchants and sailors, uphold international trade laws and report any offences, at the end of each year they must report on the state and interest of trade in the Republic, and they must make public all official notices regarding the Republic's wealth and production. Contains handwritten notes in the margins
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: Mitre, Bartolomé and Sarsfield, Dalmacio Velez
Date: 1870
Place of Publication: Buenos Aires
Publisher: Imprenta del "Fenix"
Number of Pages: 15
Theme: Economic Policy, Development and Ideas
Country/Region: Argentina
Keywords: International Commerce, Government Institutions, Government Administration, Civil Law, Free Trade, Industry
URI: http://liberalism-in-americas.org/id/eprint/349
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