A former Colombian planning minister writes that instead of revising trade agreements, his country and others should focus on solving market and government failures.
After a surprise meeting with Joe Biden, Uruguayan President Lacalle Pou’s trade push got a boost—but it isn’t easy to open up to a world ruled by realpolitik.
The nation is looking past Mercosur to China and the Pacific—and Washington is in danger of missing out.
Ecuador’s president hopes to escape political impasse with a referendum and by pushing forward free trade.
Without waiting for international partners to follow suit, the U.S. can deploy influential policy tools to tackle deforestation-linked trade.
On October 26, AS/COA hosted the launch of a book that challenges the conventional wisdom about globalization.
A changing world has opened the way for greater nearshoring and regional integration. But action is needed to make it a reality, AQ highlights in this special report.
Um argumento para o aumento do comércio intrarregional no cenário atual de mudanças globais
Un argumento para mayor comercio intrarregional en el mundo cambiante de hoy
Un mundo cambiante ha abierto el camino para mayor nearshoring e integración regional. Pero se necesita acción para hacerlo realidad, destaca AQ en este informe especial.
Um mundo em transformação abre espaço para a inclusão da região na cadeia global de suprimentos e aumento da integração regional. Mas será necessário agir para tornar isto uma realidade, como mostra a reportagem especial da AQ.
A shakeup in supply chains recalls past changes in the macroeconomic conditions facing emerging markets.
Leading voices from Latin America’s public and private sector look at strategies for the current moment.
On July 27, AQ hosted a conversation on how the region can further integrate into global supply chains.