It may be already happening. Obama's recent proclamation that "
International economists agree that it is the biggest thing happening in world trade talks right now.
Under the plan, the TPP -- it currently includes, among others,
Although they will not say it publicly, in addition to enhancing trade,
Members of the Alliance pledged to combine their stock exchanges, and set a gradual timetable for the total elimination of tariffs of goods and services by 2020 or 2025.
Ferrari added, "With no doubt, TTP is the most important trade agreement in the works today in the world. It is therefore paramount that
In a separate interview, Colombian Trade Minister
My opinion: Ideally, Latin American countries should seek to create a single trading bloc from
But there are no signs of that happening. The
In 2012, we are likely to see a further consolidation of the
On the other hand,
I hope I'm wrong about this, but despite all the talk about
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