Analytical, Descriptive and Exploratory Study: Challenges in the Implementation of Commercial Cluster Integration CELAC’s Firms’

S. Rick Fernandez


The main idea of this dissertation is to provide an understanding conception to implement a commercial cluster platform, with the support of Latin American Emerging markets (Brazil and Mexico), where Brazil is part of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and Mexico in 2005 was considering as developed major economy. As a consequence, the countries integration network becomes part of the supply chain. Driving FTA (Free Trade Agreement) between CELAC (Community of Latin American and Caribbean States) and other economic groups should be mentioned. This study research explains the reason why it makes great sense that, the commercial clusters platform should go through with other supply chains. On this present study, the aim is to define commercial cooperation and understand the relationships between firms and enterprises resources planning (ERP); to build business-processing reengineering (BPR) and understanding its relationship with the supply chain; following the methodology to test several hypotheses with logit model, including the vector analysis behaviors to determine an impact of explanatory variables on the study probability. Study findings suggest that firm’s regional supply chain strategy should be integrated with marketing, production and financial strategies supported by regional governments. Below, you will be provided with a regional implication as productivity improvement, as well as markets satisfaction.


Firms, Supply Chain, CCI – Commercial Cluster Integration, Risk, CELAC, FTA

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International Journal of Developing Societies

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