Business: Opportunity

The basis of U. S.-Latin American policy is that the bonds of trade are stronger than non-aggression pacts, more enduring thin military alliances. Last week, the U. S. and the 20 Latin American republics sat down at the council table in walled Panama City to close a united trade front against commerce-ruining European war.

The British blockade has cut off the wind of Nazi Germany's Latin American trade, putting the U. S.'s No. 1 competitor in this hemisphere out of the market. Britain still shops heavily in the Latin American market for war and...

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