Just a few years ago, Latin America was on a roll. Its economies, riding on the back of the Chinese juggernaut, were flourishing. Today the picture looks very different. Latin America’s economies are grinding to a halt. Yet on one count at least, the lands south of the Rio Grande are faring better than ever: Latin Americans are denouncing corruption as never before. In decades past, residents of the region seemed resigned to the problem, treating it as an ordinary, if lamentable, part of everyday life.
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President Enrique Peña Nieto should clearly indicate what trump actions he won’t tolerate.
"Mexico's Forceful Resistance" is from the January 29, 2017 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Jorge G. Castañeda and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
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