“Here in Latin America, the U.S. is the largest foreign investor, and we’re the largest customer of manufactured goods from countries across the hemisphere.” He added: “We believe that economic partnerships can’t just be about nations extracting another’s resources,” he said. Obama also called for Latin American countries to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a proposed free-trade agreement of countries in Asia and the Americas. (Since then, Canada and Mexico joined.)via Election Guide: The U.S. 2012 Vote | AS/COA.
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