Latin America widens trade relations in the time of Trump

Latin America widens trade relations in the time of Trump

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy People Politics Brazil Argentina Andean Canada China Chile Colombia Mexico Peru US

In April, during the Summit of the Americas in Peru, US Vice President Mike Pence made a show of the United States' commitment to open trade with Latin America. In meetings with four leaders in the region — Mauricio Macri from Argentina, Sebastián Piñera from Chile, Juan Manuel Santos from Colombia and Martín Vizcarra from Peru — Pence possibly tried to walk back some of the bellicose trade rhetoric from President Donald Trump. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, the only other Cabinet member to att

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