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On the same track?

The Top 40 Foreign Companies kept the same general direction of their local counterparts, but did better.

Trade in the Americas

Major trends and opportunities open to U.S.exporters to Latin America. U.S.-Latin trade report.

Venezuelan Trade with the United States down 19 percent in 2013

LBC’s statistics on U.S.-Latin Trade evidence the strength of the Mexico-U.S. trade relationship, and that trade with Venezuela has continued to fall.

Peru sees largest gains in US-Latin Trade

The Andean country saw bilateral trade up 19.4 percent in the first half of this year.

US Imports From Latin America Jump

Latin American exports to the US jump despite sluggish US economy.

Latin America: Record US Trade

Panama, Mexico and Brazil advance most in US trade, while Cuba and Argentina are among the losers.

U.S.-Latin America Trade Rebounds

Mexico and Costa Rica lead Latin America's growth in U.S. trade in the first half of 2010.

Costa Rica Boosts Exports to US

While Latin American exports to the United States drop by two digits, they jump from Costa Rica.

U.S. Exports to Venezuela Grow

U.S. trade with Latin America fell in the first quarter, as did the deficit.

U.S. Exports to Venezuela Fall

U.S. exports to Latin America fell by 23 percent in February, while imports declined by 34 percent.

U.S.-Trade: CAFTA Best, Venezuela Worst

CAFTA sees the lowest decline among top US trade partners in Latin America. Venezuela sees the worst fall.

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.

Trade Groups Urge Quick Truck Rule

Business groups urge U.S. lawmakers to respect NAFTA's trucking rules.

US-Latin Trade: Another Record

U.S. trade with Latin America set a new record last year, but December marked the second month of declines.

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-Latin Trade 2008

2008 trade in US$ millions. Percent change over 2007.

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 Trade: Top Trade Partners (2008)

U.S. trade with Latin America. 2008 trade figures in billions of US dollars.

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.

US-Latin Trade: Top Export Markets (2008)

U.S. exports to Latin America. 2008 export figures in billions of US dollars.

Political Problems? What Problems?

Trade trumps political tensions with Venezuela, Argentina, Nicaragua - and even Cuba.

US-Latin Trade: Top Import Markets (2008)

U.S. imports from Latin America. 2008 import figures in billions of US dollars.

US-Latin Trade Slows Down

Economic slowdowns in the United States and Mexico result in lower U.S.-Latin American trade.

U.S. Truck Program: Mexico's Views  

Latin Business Chronicle talks to two of the Mexican truck firms allowed to cross into the United States.

US-Latin Trade: Top Trade Partners (2007)

U.S. trade with Latin America. 2007 trade figures in millions of US dollars.

Mexico: Export Competition Costs $15 billion

Mexico lost $15 billion in potential exports to the United States thanks to competition from China.

US-Latin Trade: Top Export Markets (2007)

U.S. exports to Latin America. 2007 export figures in millions of US dollars.

US-Latin Trade: Top Import Markets (2007)

U.S. imports from Latin America. 2007 import figures in millions of US dollars.

Record U.S.-Latin Trade

U.S. trade with Latin America sets a new record, spurred by more exports and imports.

US-Latin Trade By Trade Pacts (2007)

Trade figures in thousands of US dollars.

US Latin Trade 1H 2007

All figures in US$ millions. Percent change over first half of 2006.

Venezuela-US Trade Boom

As Chavez denounces trade with the United States, Venezuela buys more U.S. goods than ever - especially computers and machinery.

US-Latin Trade: Top Import Markets (2006)

All figures in thousands of US dollars.

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: Top Export Markets (2006)

All figures in thousands of US dollars.

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: Top Trade Partners (2006)

All figures in thousands of US dollars.

US Latin Trade 1H 2006

All figures in US$ millions. Percent change over first half of 2005.

US Latin Trade 2005

Trade grows by 13.7 percent driven by both U.S. imports from, and exports to, Latin America.