Ecuador’s Lasso wants free trade agreements with the world’s top 10 economies

He summarized his foreign trade policy with the phrase "more bananas in the world means more jobs in Ecuador", saying that Ecuador's economy is to a certain extent complementary to that of the United States and China.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, looks to the first ten economies of the world within a trading strategy that has as a priority the entry of his country to the Pacific Alliance, in line with a vision of Latin American integration that goes through "investment and trade".

"Our objective is obvious: to sign free trade agreements with at least the ten largest economies in the world. This includes the U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, and the Euro-Asia group", clarified the president in an interview with Efe on Thursday (8) at the Carondelet presidential . . .

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