Unable to match China's offer of $250 billion in investment in Latin America, the EU sought ways on Thursday to avoid being marginalized in the region, offering new trade deals, visa-free travel and deeper ties. At a two-day summit with Latin American leaders in Brussels, European leaders briefly put aside concerns about Greece, Ukraine and Britain's future in Europe to stress they had not forgotten former colonies. The European Union's meeting with the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States follows China's summit six months ago with the 33-country bloc, at which President Xi Jinping pledged $250 billion in investment over 10 years.
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