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The U.S. and China continue to dominate trade with the region.  by David Ramirez The trend was largely supported by rising exports to and imports from both countries, which altogether increased last year by 2.4 and 0.6 percent, to $841.3 and $258.6 billion, respectively.   Relatively strong consumption in Latin America and the relative weakness of the U.S. dollar for the broad part of last year helped the region’s import growth from the US and China (3.4 and 0.9 percent) to outpace exports (up by 1.4 and 0.4 percent, hindered by lower commodity prices).   The U.S., China and India were […]
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