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It won't be easy for the Obama administration to navigate passage of its signature trade agreement. Photo: Mark Nozell/Flickr
The European Union posted strong trade growth with Latin America last year, led by Venezuela and Mexico. But future EU relations with the region will depend on expanding free trade agreements. BY CHRONICLE STAFF As European and Latin American business executives and policymakers prepare to meet in Vienna next month they have reason to celebrate some good news. Trade between the European Union and …
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