A study developed by the Inter-American Development Bank and the Latinobarómetro Corporation revealed that more than 70 percent of Latin Americans are in favor of free trade.
The region is in fourth position (with 12%) on the list of preferred areas for this type of development. (Flickr)
The report, titled “The techno-integration of Latin America,” sought to reach a consensus on sustainable development. It investigated the process of economic and political integration, trade dynamics, new technologies, social equity and the environment, conducting more than 20,000 interviews in 18 countries around the region.
One of the most interesting findings of the research determined that 77 percent of Latin Americans are in favor of economic integration — the same percentage that is in favor of the free exchange of goods