Interview with Stefan Selig, U.S. Undersecretary of International Trade

By Jaime Mejía The current global economic scenario is not the most encouraging due to the slowdown of economies such as China and Russia, the drop in crude oil prices and other commodities. But this scene presents an opportunity for Latin America to stand out and take the lead once again as a global economic engine. That is the view of Stegan Selig, Undersecretary of International Trade of the U.S. Department of Commerce. In an exclusive interview with Latin Trade, Selig gave his reasons for being so optimistic about Latin America’s future in the short-term amidst a gloomy global scenario. The performance of the region’s economies are the reason for being optimistic, Selig said. Although there are negative forecasts about […]

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