RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America does not want itself as a trading partner, and the global slowdown is not helping. Trade within the region will drop ten percent in 2019 following a two-year upturn, according to ECLAC (United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) projections published Tuesday in its Prospects for International Trade annual report.
The reduction places regional trade at its lowest level in a decade and shows the . . .