Latin America: Summit Benefits

Latin American Presidents are not, as a rule, a very chummy bunch; they have often preferred to go their separate ways. But such was the mood of camaraderie that marked the Punta del Este conference that they have already begun to communicate with each other in a way that bodes well for the goal of building a Latin American common market. After leaving Punta del Este, Panama's Marco Robles traveled last week with Argentina's Juan Carlos Ongania to Buenos Aires for a twelve-hour personal visit. On his way home to Bogota, Colombia's...

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