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Pablo Toral, associate professor of international relations, was recently interviewed by The Latin American Advisor regarding the economic ties of Spain and Latin America.
In the June 18 edition, this daily newsletter published by the Inter-American Dialogue posed a question to five experts, including Toral: How closely tied are Spain’s and Latin America’s fortunes?
In Torals’s response, he asserted that Spanish firms regard Latin America as crucial markets to grow through exports and investment in order to compensate for weak demand at home.
To read more of Toral’s thoughts, see the article in its entirety here.