Ecuador's new president Rafael Correa is a serious fair trader who understands trade and development issues very very well. Think a Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) or Rep. Michael Michaud (D-Maine) of the Andes.
Recently, he told reporters that:
"I've never been against trade pacts. Trade is important - vital for development - but it's got to be fair trade. Another thing is the free trade of 'boboaperturismo'," which Correa called a "formula for disaster."
There's no easy way to translate this word. "Bobo" means something like "dummy," while "aperturismo" means something like "a reckless philosophy of market opening." In English, a little unwieldy. But there's no tariff on importing fun phrases.