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.
Africa ,latin America ,India, and many many more
Most immigrants to America now is Mexico and many latin American countries