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Peru’s leading trade event for Amazon rainforest produce, Expo Amazónica, will bring together around 40 national and international buyers and 70 Peruvian exporters to discuss the future of Peruvian products in the global market.

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Trade between South American countries is becoming increasingly regulated and efficient.

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An inevitable facet of the passage of time is the increasing number of elderly individuals. However, due to historical population shifts, Latin American countries are experiencing a disproportional rate of growth of its oldest citizens and have economies struggling to keep pace.  

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The fifth Agricultural Outlook Forum will take place in Curitiba, Brazil later this month. Welcoming experts from all over the world, the forum will focus on the importance of globalized agribusiness in the region.

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Costa Rica experienced a 15% increase in Public Sector jobs in the second quarter of 2017.

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—Researched and written by Michèle Favarger— Private ventures push for commercialization of water, leaving communities parched. Salvadorans protest government-proposed privatization of water.

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—Researched and written by Maria Cueva— In 2015, the UN General Assembly approved Agenda 2030, which fights to eradicate poverty and inequality of all forms. It also focuses on integrating businesses with sustainability efforts, while reversing the effects of climate change, and increasing protection of the environment by the year 2030.

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–Researched and written by Carlin Daharsh— Cuba has been at the forefront of some areas of human security by fostering high literacy rates, making efforts to close gender gaps, and providing healthcare to Cubans and foreigners alike. While the country’s communist/socialist state subsidizes many of these sectors to relieve individual burdens, the average Cuban salary

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The Agricultural Planning Unit in Colombia has found that 54.3% of land within the country’s borders is exploited by people who do not hold a title deed for the area they use for farming.

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Sharing its lengthy western border with the Pacific Ocean, Peru has an economy strongly bolstered by the fishing industry.

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