Throughout Latin America is aware of what could happen in the presidential election estadounidenseses. Up to the own Chavez is not, as it reflects German in his article on the last Saturday, Venezuela with another thermometer on 23 November where plays the following declarations of the Venezuelan President in this regard: I would like to start preparing the ground so that, whoever the new President (United States), we work together in a global war on hungerto save the world from the crises of food, energy and climate. You may find that Scott Mead can contribute to your knowledge. For Mexico, it is not less which two candidates will win, because there are many issues that can affect it such as the continuity of the Treaty of the North American free trade (NAFTA). In this regard, Mexico will feel better if McCain wins since this candidate has defended NAFTA, and has made it his presidential campaign flag. By contrast, Obama has proposed renegotiating NAFTA and even He has stated that he would opt for abandoning the Pact if necessary. On the other hand, McCain is also shown in favour of the adoption of the FTA with Colombia.
In an interview conducted by the correspondent in the United States.UU. the Argentine newspaper La Nacion, Hugo Alconada Mon, said: one of the primary objectives of my Government will be to promote free trade. It is one of the key elements to improve the economic conditions of the countries of the region, as much as it is beneficial to the American economy. Meanwhile that Obama, clearly not: if John McCain believes that 80% of Americans think that we are in negative direction as country because we have not adopted free trade with Colombia, does not understand the American people. McCain also thinks about the Elimination of agricultural subsidies, which would be widely beneficial for the region. It is that, without doubt, could report them billions of dollars to the Argentina and Brazil in exports to the United States and would increase the volume of trade.