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Americas

As an advocate for U.S. business throughout the hemisphere, the U.S. Chamber's Americas works closely with members, governments, multilateral institutions, and American Chambers of Commerce to promote a wide range of hemispheric trade and investment initiatives and to resolve specific commercial and regulatory challenges in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Canada.

Former Brazilian President #Lula indicted for corruption https://t.co/yDRunZRcFB

09/15/2016

#Brazil unveils ambitious concession, privatization program https://t.co/Yg4fQN3Qba

09/15/2016

Brazil’s #Congress expels former Speaker Cunha https://t.co/UmfH3L5JK7

09/15/2016

Timeline

The latest updates across all U.S. Chamber properties

E.g., 09/29/2016
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Letter

This letter was sent to the members of the House Agriculture Committee in support of H.R. 3687, the “Cuba Agricultural Exports Act,” which would repeal restrictions on financing for agricultural exports to Cuba. The Committee will hold a hearing on American agricultural exports to Cuba tomorrow morning.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 3:45pm
Issue Brief

Yesterday the Government of Cuba released updated "guidelines of economic and social policy of the Cuban Party and the Revolution for the period of 2016-2021." The plan was approved during the Seventh Cuban Party Congress in April 2016 and by the Cuban National Assembly of People's Power in July 2016.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - 6:45pm
In the News

On a steamy summer day one year ago, standing on a dusty Havana back-road, Carlos Gutierrez was somehow able to find the childhood home he’d last seen more than a half century earlier, before he and his family fled Fidel Castro’s communist revolution.

It’s a blood bank now, but he walked down the street, rounded a curve and recognized it right away: No. 26, a simple one-story house.

Report

The Top 10 Reasons The TPP Works For America

Thursday, July 21, 2016 - 11:45am
In the News

WASHINGTON, June 2, 2016 - The agribusiness sectors of Cuba and the United States could both stand to learn a little from the other country, Cuba's agriculture minister said Thursday in Washington.

In an address at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce headquarters, Gustavo Rodriguez detailed the things that his sector hoped to learn from its American counterpart, but also what he thinks Cuban agriculture has to offer the U.S.

Monday, June 6, 2016 - 1:45pm