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Senators, analysts implore administration to engage with Latin America as a go-to trade partner

April 11, 2018 at 9:54 AM
Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and former Latin American officials said this week that the U.S. should take advantage of the upcoming Summit of the Americas – despite President Trump's decision not to attend – and focus on proving to the Latin American region why it should be its primary trading partner over countries like China. The White House announced on Tuesday that Trump will stay in Washington, DC, instead of attending the event in Lima, Peru, sending...

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