US-Latin Deficit Falls Sharply
The U.S. trade deficit with Latin America fell sharply in January thanks to double-digit declines in exports and imports.
Mexico-U.S. Exports Decline
Latin America's overall exports to the United States barely grew, while U.S. exports continue at double-digits.
US Trade: Colombia Grows Most
U.S. trade with Colombia is booming even without a free trade agreement. Overall US trade with Latin America is picking up.
US-Latin America Trade Grows
Brazil replaces Venezuela as second-largest U.S. trade partner in Latin America, while Colombia passes Chile in U.S. trade.
Venezuela-US Trade Boom
As Chavez denounces trade with the United States, Venezuela buys more U.S. goods than ever - especially computers and machinery.
Mexico-US Trade Boom
U.S. trade with Latin America is growing strongly, led by Mexico and Chile. Venezuela is now the second-largest U.S. partner.
US-Latin Trade Boom
Latin America set a new record in trade with the United States last year, with Chile and Mexico leading the way. But China is growing its marketshare at the expense of the United States.
US Latin Trade 2005
Trade grows by 13.7 percent driven by both U.S. imports from, and exports to, Latin America.