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By David Ramirez Albeit the recovery of Japanese GDP growth last year, the economic slowdown in Latin America and the decline in world commodity prices caused bilateral trade flows to plunge 14 percent, to $51.3 billion. The bulk of trade, 84 percent, remained concentrated in the top-five countries in Latin Trade’s Japan-Latin America Trade Rankings for 2014, which measures the Asian country’s top trade partners in the region. Mexico displaced Brazil and became number one in the rankings, accounting for 26 percent of total bilateral trade flows, with $13.2 billion, 2 percent up from 2013. This largely responded to five […]
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