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Trade seems to be on the agenda in the United States again. What is Latin America doing to prepare?  By Alfonso Cuéllar* Trade is back in the driver’s seat in Washington, and Latin America had better pay attention. With Republicans gaining control of the Senate and padding their majority in the House, the likelihood that an agreement can be reached in the two trans-oceanic trade negotiations grew tenfold. During the last few years, the Obama administration has been in parallel talks with 11 Trans-Pacific nations and the European Union. These discussions have been hindered by political uncertainty emanating from D.C., […]
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