Argentina and Brazil, the Latin American countries most closed to international trade

CAF-Development Bank of Latin America 334-page annual report shows much heterogeneity between countries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It was a half-hearted return; some in person and many others, remote. What is certain is that CAF-Development Bank of Latin America once again presented its annual report.

This time the theme of the extensive document is the integration of the region and the importance not only of trade with the world, but also the possibility for the countries of the Americas to buy and sell among themselves.

Where the reasons and results are explained, a fact appears. Argentina, together with Brazil, leads a not very virtuous ranking: they have become the most closed . . .

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