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Nicholas Borroz: China and the US should cooperate in Latin America

The world's superpower and its emerging one can help the region grow sustainably

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A port worker in Valparaiso, Chile, checks a shipment of copper ingots bound for Asia.   © Reuters

Mexico has alternatives to the U.S., Ildefonso Guajardo, the country's economy minister, made clear in recent comments amid demands by Washington to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. He suggested his country could shift its trade focus to China from the U.S.

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