Diane and her guests talk about Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill’s visit this week to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, the troubled state of South American economies, the role the US may have played in causing the problems, and the role the US may now play in addressing them.

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  • Rafael de la Fuente Chief Economist for Latin America at BNP Paribas
  • Edward Luttwak Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • William Cline Senior Economist at the Institute for International Economics

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