Chileans, Bolivians Top Latin America in Optimism, Barómetro Iberoamericano Finds September 27, 2006 Published 10/27/06 Chileans were the Latin Americans who felt most confident that their country was heading in the right direction in the spring of 2006, followed by Bolivians. Those most pessimistic about their countries’ future were Ecuadorans
Mexican, U.S. Publics Strongly Support Labor and Environmental Standards in Trade Agreements July 20, 2005 Share Lukewarm View of NAFTA By Steven Kull The prospect of a Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) has stirred up a theme that regularly arises in debates about U.S. trade agreements with developing countries.
June 16, 2004 Questionnaire Africans have a very favorable view of globalization, including foreign companies coming into their countries, and have a positive view of the influence of the United States. At the same time they feel they are not being treated fairly by rich countries in trade negotiations. Strong