Latin America and All of Its Problems on Display at G20 Summit in Trump's First Visit

By Franco Ordoñez

AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth gives insight on the possible trade discussions between U.S., Latin American, and Chinese leaders in Argentina.

A long-sought visit by President Donald Trump to Latin America this week comes as an annual meeting of the world’s top economies shines a spotlight on the rise of several right-wing leaders and the economic woes and corruption across the region.

After skipping several opportunities to visit the region, President Donald Trump will set foot in Buenos Aires — his much-anticipated first visit to Latin America — for talks on the global economy with the leaders of the world’s 20 major economies. But the timing of the visit has left some diplomats nervous about how Argentina’s worsening economy, corruption around the continent and uncertainty about new leaders in Brazil and Mexico will reflect on the rest of the region...

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