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Latin America: Record US Trade

Panama, Mexico and Brazil advance most in US trade, while Cuba and Argentina are among the losers.

BY DOREEN HEMLOCK


U.S.
trade with Latin America soared in 2010, more than making up for losses the previous year during the global recession and setting a new record, according to an analysis by Latin Business Chronicle.

The United States sold more to every country in Latin America except Cuba, and it bought more from all but Argentina and Uruguay during the year.  Total U.S.-Latin trade reached $636.26 billion, with imports and exports each rising at a 27 percent pace from 2009, U.S. Census data shows.

Performance varied widely by nation, however. In percentage terms, U.S. trade with....

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