Bamrud, Joachim
November 2011
Latin Trade (English);Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p18
The article reports that Great Britain is strengthening its presence in Latin America by expanding its offices in various cities such as Bogota, Colombia and Santiago, Chile. Great Britain's Minister of State for Latin America Jeremy Browne explains that the British government is growing its economy through trade and focuses on growth areas like Asia and Latin America. An overview of the trade relations between Great Britain and Latin America is provided.


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