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Major trends and opportunities open to U.S.exporters to Latin America. U.S.-Latin trade report. By Santiago Gutiérrez The United States’ trade with Latin America saw a healthy 2.6% increase in the first half of 2014 compared with a year earlier, a good performance, coming from a decline of 0.8% in the first semester 2013 (1H13). Trade figures improved in the semester due to a brisk 4.5% increase in exports to the region, and a 1% rise in imports from Latin America. U.S. exports to the region had risen 2.9% and imports had fallen 4% in 1H13. The semester’s big surprises came […]
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