Eric Farnsworth
U.S. complacency toward China’s economic activities in the hemisphere is shortsighted.

Following President Obama’s call for the U.S. to “pursue agreements with Panama and Colombia” in his State of the Union address this week, Colombian Vice President Angelino Garzón said in Washington DC that he is convinced there is a majority in Congress to approve the deal.

While Washington sleeps, the U.S. is losing the battle for Latin America's markets.
"Early, dramatic changes in U.S. policy for the Americas are unlikely."

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