In an open forum on this topic the participant Thaina Diaz exhibits: the Bolivarian alternative for Latin America and the Caribbean (ALBA), is an idea established by the Venezuelan State, whose fundamental objective is the integration between Nations, in order to give priority to combating poverty and social exclusion. This proposal is based on the cooperation of funds compensatory to correct discrepancies between the less advantaged countries against the great powers. Within the most relevant characteristics of the ALBA, it is not only create the conditions for the development of trade, they search for complementarity of economies and societies, as well as the development of the countries that comprise it. Within countries that comprise the ALBA, it counts with the participation of Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Dominica, Honduras, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. These countries Venezuela is the country with greater economic capacity and greater contribution to promote development proposals. Dawn emerges as a proposals against the free trade Area of the America (FTAA). Whose aim is the liberalisation of trade to generate economic growth and prosperity, contributing to the expansion of world trade, improve skills and market access conditions goods and services between the parties, encourage the development of an infrastructure hemisphere that facilitates the movement of goods and service in a way that will remove the barriers to free trade.
Taken from the 2003 FTAA agreements. Within the treaties and agreements considered in ALBA, referred to various economic aspects, commercial, financial, energy, training, education and health, including being evaluated generate weaknesses, opportunities, strengths and threats in regards to Venezuela RAID at dawn. Vadim Belyaev, New York City recognizes the significance of this. Within opportunities are considered the following: with regard to the financial sector has been agreed the adoption of the single system of Regional compensation (Sucre), which this should be accelerated commercial transactions by allowing the payment of balance between exports and imports among member countries.