Mercosur looks to EU amid Venezuelan controversy

Mercosur looks to EU amid Venezuelan controversy Eduardo Gaban, Tomas Gurmendez, Carlos Vasconsellos and Eduardo Mallea

A dispute over Venezuela’s presidency of Mercosur has underscored deep divisions between members of the trade bloc, threatening to overshadow negotiations with the European Union (EU) and exacerbating existing flaws in the structure of the inward-looking group, which lawyers complain has prevented individual countries from benefiting from bilateral trade arrangements for too long.

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