Tag Archives: Latin America

U.S. and Latin America Trade: Who could be affected by a shift in U.S. Trade Policies?

Since taking office on January 20, 2017, President Trump’s actions on several trade-related matters – from officially withdrawing the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), to signaling the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), to suggesting reconsideration of existing bilateral trade agreements – will have a ripple effect seen and felt around the … Continue Reading

Trade Talk Week in Review (14-18 March 2016)

President Barack Obama issued a new Executive Order and restrictions related to North Korea, while the Administration eased some U.S. sanctions against Cuba last week.  The President and his family traveled to Cuba on Sunday and will stop in Argentina later in the week. The White House announced early last week that South Africa had … Continue Reading

A Hot Year for Trade – Trade Practitioner Takes Trade Talks on the Road

Frank Samolis, co-leader of our International Trade Practice chaired and presented at two conferences regarding recent trade developments in TPP and TTIP in early November. The first of two conferences was in Moscow, where Frank discussed the future of TTIP, in particular for the Russian and Eurasian markets. He commented, “We covered many of the … Continue Reading