Free Trade In Latin America

—NPR's Tom Gjelten reports that there is now widespread agreement among Latin American countries that free trade is a good idea. Many of them are moving quickly to integrate their economies and open their markets. Ironically, just as Latin nations move away from traditional resistance to free trade, there appears to be growing opposition within the United State to expanding the North American Free Trade zone (NAFTA) into Central and South America.

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