Trade Trends: Latin American Focus

June 17, 2015
Christopher Barlow

Never in history has trade expanded at the rate it is today.  People are doing business with each other from every corner of the globe.  Trade is on an exponential upward curve, growing as it has for decades at 6 to 7 percent per annum.  The reasons for this are multifold:  enlightened and more open trade policies, the rise of multinational corporations ….. contact Chris Barlow for more information.

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