As the United States increasingly turns inward, Latin America is turning more and more outward. Securing a trade deal with the European Union and reviving the Trans Pacific Partnership – now without America’s involvement – could advance the region’s standing on the world economic stage. This timely briefing from the Economist Intelligence Unit examines Latin American nations’ concerted efforts to strengthen trade ties by embracing regional integration and furthering global outreach. getAbstract recommends this cogent white paper to executives and trade experts for its constructive overview of a promising agenda.
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