Expropriation in Latin America

Archive Report

Threats to U.S. Business Interests

Clouding of U.S. Relations With Latin America

A new wave of economic nationalism is churning in various countries of Latin America after breaking over Cuba with full force in the wake of the recent revolution. It not only has posed a serious threat to U.S. business enterprises in the affected nations, but also has damaged relations between this country and its Latin neighbors. Washington, while not out of sympathy with revolutionaries who seek passionately to better the lot of their people, hardly can ignore the legitimate interests of American citizens. But efforts to convince Cuban leaders, for example, that a fair accommodation of domestic and foreign interests would be to mutual advantage have made little or no headway against the prevalent ...

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