Claudio Loser

former Director of the Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund

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Senior fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, DC; former director of the Western Hemisphere Department of the International Monetary Fund

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On a trip to Chile, Vice President Biden  met with the leaders  of several Latin American countries.  But on his way to the  Summit of the Americas , President Obama will visit just…

A New President Goes South of the Border

On a trip to Chile, Vice President Biden met with the leaders of several Latin American countries.  But on his way to the Summit of the Americas , President Obama will visit just…

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On a trip to Chile, Vice President Biden  met with the leaders  of several Latin American countries.

A New President Goes South of the Border

On a trip to Chile, Vice President Biden met with the leaders of several Latin American countries.

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