Lessons Not Learned From the Past: United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement at Stake

With the enactment of the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on May 15, 2012, Washington continues to implement free trade

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Roads to Recovery Part II: Uruguay and Argentina Diverge

This piece is the second in a four-part series covering recovery economics in the Southern Cone. Despite Uruguay and Argentina’s

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Mexico Ousts Brazil as Investors’ Top Choice in Latin America

Due to increasing economic stability and a growing population, Brazil is now widely considered an economic powerhouse capable of maintaining

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Re: “A Argentina importa cada vez menos do Brasil (e um touch da família Musaceae)”

Dear Editor, Your June 4 article, “A Argentina importa cada vez menos do Brasil (e um touch da família Musaceae),”

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Mexico’s Pursuit of “Developed Nation” Status

In an April 24 address to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Mexican President Felipe Calderón highlighted the strength of Mexico’s

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