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U.S.-Latin America Trade Rebounds

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Mexico and Costa Rica lead Latin America's growth in U.S. trade in the first half of 2010.

BY CHRONICLE STAFF

 

U.S. trade with Latin America grew 33 percent in the first half of the year thanks to both exports and imports showing strong growth, according to a Latin Business Chronicle analysis of new data from the US Census Bureau.

The first half results mark a contrast to 2009, when trade fell 21 percent. And while all but one Latin American country saw U.S. trade growth in the first half, all countries posted declines last year.

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U.S. trade with Latin America reached ...

Keywords: Brazil, CAFTA, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, UPS, Venezuela

SPECIAL REPORT: US TRADE WITH LATIN AMERICA FIRST HALF 2010

 

US-Latin Trade 1H 2010

Winners & Losers
Top Trade Partners

Top Export Markets
Top Import Origin

 

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