There are 20 Spanish speaking countries in Latin America. That's Mexico, Puerto Rico (Even though it is a U.S. territory), Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Belize (Even though they speak more English than Spanish it is still considered a Spanish-speaking country), El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uraguay, and Argentina
There are 21 countries, that make up Latin America.
18 countries make up Latin America.
The official language of many countries of Latin America is Spanish, excluding Brazil, where the official language is Portuguese.
Because many countries of Latin America are former colonies of Spain.
Latin America is made of many countries so to answer your question we need to have a name of a country.
All of them.
Yes. France has trade with many countries of Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia, Brazil or Chile.
Most immigrants to America now is Mexico and many latin American countries
It belongs to South America. However, it is referred to as "Latin America", as many Spanish countries are.
No, geographic region between Mexico and South America consisting of many small countries.
If by middle America, you mean Latin America, then Spain. The result is that many Latin American and South American countries speak Spanish.
Most of them, with the exception of Brazil and Haiti.
Latin America is many countries and not just one nation. Each has had its own problems and reasons for revolution.
Many colonies in Latin America began striving for independence from Spain and Portugal in the early 19th century. By the middle of the century most of the countries were free.
Telmex serves many countries in Latin America. These countries include Brazil, Columbia, Argentina, and they are the leading phone provider for Mexico.
As far as I know, yes. Please note that "Latin America" is not a single country, but many different countries, each with its own laws. - However, I am not aware of any country in Latin America where such freedom is restricted.
In latin-america cuca means "chucha". In many countries this refer "vagina"
France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Romania, as well as most of Latin America and many countries in Africa
There's to be about 20 Latin American countries
Latin America is not a country, but a region of North and South America where languages like Spanish, Portuguese, French and native languages are spoken. Latin America consists of 19 countries, including Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Haiti and Peru.
Developed The U.S, Canada, Singapore, Japan, most European Countries Developing Many countries in Aisa, Africa, and Latin America
Thanks to the green revolution, many countries in Latin America were able to increase the production yield for many of their crops, including wheat, corn and rice.