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A sweet spot in U.S.-Latin American trade

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In an exclusive interview with LBC, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State José W. Fernandez discussed why this is an exciting time for U.S.-Latin American trade.

“We’re entering a sweet spot in terms of trade with Latin America,” Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs José W. Fernandez told Latin Business Chronicle this week in Miami. The secretary was in Miami ahead of a trip to El Salvador and Mexico, where he will work to strengthen business ties with the two countries. In Mexico he will participate in the first High Level Economic Dialogue, organized by Presidents Barack Obama and Enrique Peña Nieto earlier this year, with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and senior Mexican officials including Finance Secretary Luis Videgaray and Foreign Minister José Antonio Meade. This meetingwill add to the list of achievements of a secretary who was also key in organizing free trade agreements with Colombia and Panama, as well as a Trade and Investment Framework with the Caribbean.

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