By Karen Shishiptorova, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – Last week, on his last stop during a visit to South America – which included Columbia and Uruguay – Mexican President Felipe Calderón met Brazilian President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, to discuss several issues of bilateral trade. Mr. Calderón stated his interest in seeking Brazil´s help in developing a bio-fuel program, as well as increasing bilateral trade between Latin America´s two largest economies.
President Lula called for a real strategic joint venture with Mexico stating it is not acceptable that their international trade amounts to just US . . .