Exclusive: Under Biden, China has widened trade lead in much of Latin America

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By Adam Jourdan, Marco Aquino and Matt Spetalnick BUENOS AIRES/LIMA/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – China has widened the gap on the United States in trade terms in large swathes of Latin America since U.S. President Joe Biden came into office early last year, data show, underscoring how Washington is being pushed onto the back foot in the region. An exclusive Reuters analysis of U.N. trade data from 2015-2021 shows that outside of Mexico, the top U.S. trade partner, China has overtaken the United States in Latin America and widened the gap last year. The trend, driven by countries in resource-rich So…

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