In 2020, the United States, Mexico and Canada restructured a decades-long trade agreement into modern times. How can this affect the finances of their southern neighbors? Is it too soon to tell? What are the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic? The Pan American Health Organization estimates that 28% of the global coronavirus deaths come from Latin America alone. In this episode of Full Frame, we speak with Arturo Sarukahn, Mexico’s former ambassador to the U.S. and Georgetown University Professor, Luis Jacome. They offer their perspectives of the current state of the Latin American economies.