By EDUARDO BRAVO LOSADA, CPA
Frosty ending to summit ● Obama highlights region's opportunities in talk to business chiefs
Political leaders from the Western Hemisphere ended their summit Sunday seriously divided over the contentious issue of Cuba, as Canada and the United States blocked an attempt by Latin American nations to bring the communist Caribbean country into their fold. The weekend summit ended frostily when the leaders of more than 30 countries failed to produce a final declaration about their work, the Montreal Gazette reports.
However, at a meeting with company chief executives during the summit, President Obama highlighted the opportunities they face in Latin America, Bloomberg reports.
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