Alejandro Ramirez Speaks of International Trade and Latin American Economies on Bloomberg’s “InBusiness” 
Recently Alejandro Ramirez, the chair of the organizing committee of the B20 Summit 2012 spoke on Bloomberg’s TV show “InBusiness ” about the current economic situations in the US, Europe, and Latin America. He explained the role Latin American economies  have played and will play in the future of the world’s political economy.
Ramirez believes that free trade is an essential part of building the world’s economy in a conscientious way. Ramirez advocates international trade and encouraging positive diplomatic relations among countries. Unemployment, one of the most common economic conditions distressing the international community today, can be addressed by promoting free trade and advocating the development of “green” jobs for example. Green growth is an important advance for the world’s financial system and the world’s environment. Creating sustainable business practices can help incite real constructive changes within society.
At the B20 Summit, Ramirez will concentrate on many of these issues and plans to give important advice on how to turn the economy around by using the most basic economic reforms. Ramirez believes in the power of businesses to restructure the economy in an encouraging way. Businesses have the ability to instigate positive international trade relations and certain structural reforms that will in turn lead to the creation of new employment opportunities in the short and long term.