Latin America

3 ways the new Trade Facilitation Agreement will transform Latin America

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Jose Acosta

President, Public Affairs UPS Americas Region, UPS


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Latin America out-performs the global average in domestic and foreign market access, but a Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation analysis finds that border inefficiencies greatly hinder the region’s ability to capitalize on global commerce. Image: Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation
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Existing trade barriers in Latin America like cumbersome border requirements and delays are the equivalent of steep tariffs, greatly increasing the cost of doing global business with the region. Image: World Trade Organization
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