Andres Oppenheimer

February 18, 2015 7:52 PM

Andres Oppenheimer: Latin America’s growing challenge is ‘fragmentation’

While Latin American presidents meet in regular summits that usually end with grandiose declarations vowing to dramatically increase economic integration, several little-noticed reports paint a very different picture: they show that trade within the region is falling fast.

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