Latin America’s trade challenge

June 29, 2015
Christopher Barlow

Nations buy from and sell to their immediate neighbors.  That’s a basic trade theory.  However, Latin America continually proves it’s an exception to this theory.  A look at intra-regional and inter-regional trade in Latin America over the past two decades provides some meaningful trends.

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