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December 4, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Latin presidents closed a summit in Cartagena, Colombia, by emphatically pledging to reinforce a trade embargo against Haiti's military-backed government. But the presidents failed to define a clear hemisphere policy for encouraging democracy in Cuba. Meanwhile, Brazilian President Fernando Collor de Melo promised to formalize Brazil's first economic program sponsored by the International Monetary Fund in exchange for $2 billion in IMF credits.
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December 4, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Latin presidents closed a summit in Cartagena, Colombia, by emphatically pledging to reinforce a trade embargo against Haiti's military-backed government. But the presidents failed to define a clear hemisphere policy for encouraging democracy in Cuba. Meanwhile, Brazilian President Fernando Collor de Melo promised to formalize Brazil's first economic program sponsored by the International Monetary Fund in exchange for $2 billion in IMF credits.
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