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Understand the shifting powers in South America
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Four new states have joined the bloc representing the ever-growing international economic integration with Latin America
During the month of July, talks are being held between the governments of India and Peru in order to reach a free trade agreement which will cover goods, services, and investment
Australia has started negotiations with Peru to reach a free trade agreement. This could be a stepping-stone to further relations with the Pacific Alliance
EU and Argentina confident a trade deal with Mercosur can be reached by the end of the year
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said that cancelling the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement would be a “lost opportunity” for the US, Canada and Mexico
The trips of Canadian and EU representatives to Latin American countries have resulted in interesting plans for Mercosur.
Australia plans to start negotiating a free trade deal with Peru as part of a new Australian push to open Latin American markets for beef
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday that renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement with neighboring Canada and Mexico was "very possible,"
The meeting took place given Argentina's commitment, as chair of Mercosur, to boost regional dialogue with Canada, as it was agreed with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau when he visited Argentina last November.
Chile and China have taken new steps to strengthen the Free-Trade Agreement (FTA) that both nations have carried out for 10 years, in a strategy that might be consolidated at a high-level meeting in May.
Under the changes, proposed after President Donald Trump called the pact a “disaster” during the election campaign, Washington would keep some of NAFTA’s most controversial provisions
If Trump follows through with his protectionist agenda, trade with Latin America will be one of the first to suffer. However, it could also lead to an unexpected Latin American integration.
While free trade has long been an article of faith in Mexico, uncertainty over the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement is hitting the country hard.