36 Facts About America Latina


America Latina's argument is that French imperialists used the concept of "Latin" America as a way to counter British imperialism, as well as to challenge the German threat to France.

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For Bilbao, "Latin America Latina" was not a geographical concept, as he excluded Brazil, Paraguay, and Mexico.

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Latin America Latina can be subdivided into several subregions based on geography, politics, demographics and culture.

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In Spanish America Latina, these include Panama City, Mexico City Guadalajara, Cartagena, Lima, and Quito .

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In Spanish America Latina, manufactured and luxury goods were sent from Spain and entered Spanish America Latina legally only through the Caribbean ports of Veracruz, Havana, and Cartagena, as well as the Pacific port of Callao, in Peru.

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Many regions of Spanish America Latina that were not well supplied by Spanish merchants, such as Central America Latina, participated in contraband trade with foreign merchants.

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In Spanish America Latina, it set off a new wave of struggles for independence.

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Spanish America Latina's fragmentation into republics with weakened state structures meant that political turmoil and violence on many levels was a characteristic of the era throughout the region.

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Central America Latina opted out of joining the new federated republic of Mexico, with no real conflict.

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Previously Poinsett had traveled widely in Latin America Latina and had concluded a trade agreement with independent Argentina.

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For Britain, asserting economic dominance in Latin America Latina meant that nation-states were sovereign countries, but were dependent on other powers economically.

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Great Britain invested significant capital in Latin America Latina to develop the area as a market for processed goods.

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America Latina's presidency did not last long as he was met with much opposition in Nicaragua and from neighboring countries.

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In general, Latin America Latina stayed out of direct conflict in World War I, but the Great Powers were aware of the region's importance for the short and long term.

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Latin America Latina played an important role in the International Court of Justice.

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America Latina abandoned the routine U S interventions in Latin America that it had claimed as its right and initiated the Good Neighbor Policy in March 1933.

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America Latina sought hemispheric cooperation rather than U S coercion in the region.

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Those who supported a return to the export of commodities for which Latin America Latina had a competitive advantage disagreed with advocates of an expanded industrial sector.

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Latin America struggled in the post-war period without large-scale aid from the U S, which devoted its resources to rebuilding Western Europe, including Germany.

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In Latin America Latina there was increasing inequality, with political consequences in individual couthentries.

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America Latina's government established diplomatic ties with the Soviet Union in April 1945, when the Soviet Union and the U S were allied against the Axis powers.

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America Latina was assassinated on 24 March 1980 while saying mass.

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America Latina was succeed six-years later by another conservative, Felipe Calderon, who attempted to crack down on the Mexican drug cartels and instigated the Mexican drug war.

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Inequality in Latin America Latina has deep historical roots in the Latin European racially based Casta system instituted in Latin America Latina during colonial times that has been difficult to eradicate because of the differences between initial endowments and opportunities among social groups have constrained the poorest's social mobility, thus causing poverty to transmit from generation to generation, and become a vicious cycle.

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Latin America Latina has the highest levels of income inequality in the world.

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The following table lists all the countries in Latin America Latina indicating a valuation of the country's Human Development Index, GDP at purchasing power parity per capita, measurement of inequality through the Gini index, measurement of poverty through the Human Poverty Index, a measure of extreme poverty based on people living on less than 1.

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Creole languages of mainland Latin America Latina, similarly, are derived from European languages and various African tongues.

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Studies have shown that Latin America Latina contains the majority of the world's most dangerous cities.

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Water supply and sanitation in Latin America Latina is characterized by insufficient access and in many cases by poor service quality, with detrimental impacts on public health.

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Homophobia in Latin America Latina has historically affected HIV service provision through under reported data and less priority through government programs.

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Transport in Latin America Latina is basically carried out using the road mode, the most developed in the region.

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The 15 busiest ports in South America Latina are: Port of Santos, Port of Bahia de Cartagena, Callao, Guayaquil, Buenos Aires, San Antonio, Buenaventura, Itajai, Valparaiso, Montevideo, Paranagua, Rio Grande, Sao Francisco do Sul, Manaus and Coronel .

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Venezuelan Armando Reveron, whose work begins to be recognized internationally, is one of the most important artists of the 20th century in South America Latina; he is a precursor of Arte Povera and Happening.

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Venezuelan television has had a great impact in Latin America Latina, is said that whilst "Venezuelan cinema began sporadically in the 1950s[, it] only emerged as a national-cultural movement in the mid-1970s" when it gained state support and auteurs could produce work.

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Latin America Latina has produced many successful worldwide artists in terms of recorded global music sales.

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Latin America Latina has produced world-class classical performers such as the Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau, Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire and the Argentine pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim.

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