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U.S. Banned All Cuban Imports and Exports in 1962

Today in Latin American history, the United States banned all Cuban imports and exports in 1962. In response to the Cuban alignment with the Soviet Union during the Cold War, President John F. Kennedy extended measures by Executive Order. continue reading »

IDB Supports Increased Investment, Exports for Uruguay with $550 Million Loan

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $550 million operation for Uruguay to fund the Program for Strategic International Positioning, which aims to substantially increase investment and exports by strengthening the regulatory and institutional framework, promoting and facilitating trade, and boosting entrepreneurial innovation. continue reading »

Colombia Lifts Ban on Drummond Coal Shipments

Colombian environmental authorities have lifted a ban on coal exports by U.S.-based Drummond Co. while also authorizing a train to resume nighttime shipments of the fossil fuel. continue reading »

Argentina Produces 103 Million Tons of Grains This Year

The 2012-2013 crop season in Argentina, one of the world's biggest grain exporters, will produce 103.2 million tons, according to a report released Saturday by the private consulting firm IES. continue reading »

Mexico Offers Higher Tomato Prices in Hopes Of Retaining Export Agreement

Mexico's government and farmers have offered to accept higher prices for tomatoes exported to the United States in a bid to avert the scrapping of a 16-year-old agreement, a senior Mexican official said. continue reading »

Auto Production Falls 9.4 Percent in Brazil

Brazil produced 1.55 million motor vehicles in the first six months of the year, a fall of 9.4 percent from the same period in 2011, the Anfavea industry association said Thursday. continue reading »

President Obama and President Santos Meet in Oval Office (VIDEO)

Yesterday afternoon, President Obama met with President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia in the Oval Office at the White House. continue reading »