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A US-China Trade Dispute May Be Good for Latin America

Bonds and Loans By: John Price, Managing Director, Americas Market Intelligence Latin America may have more to gain than lose in a U.S.-China trade dispute, so long as it does not spiral into a recession-provoking trade war, writes John Price. China and the U.S. are...

ANALYSIS: China’s Latin American Belt and Road Chimera

After several months of anticipation, the blueprints for China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) finally include Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). As speculation gives way to reality, it’s a good time to assess what we know about the BRI’s arrival and what it can...

Spotlight: Change in China inspires Latin America

Xinhuanet Whenever Guillermo Danino traveled abroad, he would go to bookstores. And whenever he visited a bookstore, he would seek out the Chinese section for books on Chinese culture. The Peruvian sinologist has a library of books on China in five languages --...

China moves into Latin America

The Asian giant is taking advantage of other powers’ lack of interest in the region The Economist WHILE Donald Trump was in Davos last week trying to persuade the global plutocracy that “America First” does not mean “America alone”, China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi,...

China and Latin America: A Complex Reality

Brinknews By Matt Ferchen Much has been made of China’s growing commercial and diplomatic relationship with Latin America. Some have warned that China is replacing the United States as the region’s most important partner. Yet this emerging conventional wisdom ignores...

CHINA FUNDS TO BOOST BRAZIL INFRASTRUCTURE

Fuente: breakbulk.com By Andrew Willis The Brazilian government has received several applications for money held in a new development fund, as the struggling South American country seeks to kick-start a series of infrastructure projects in a move that could aid...

Chinese investors zero-in on Latin America

Fuente: opendemocracy.net According to a new report from the Atlantic Council and the OECD Development Center, China's direct investment in Latin America continues to rise fast. Español Português The new Atlantic Council – OECD Development Centre report, Chinese FDI...

CDB signs MOU with EXIM Bank of China

Source: nationnews.com BRIDGETOWN – The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of China have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) which will allow both parties to discuss opportunities for cooperation and coordination in CDB’s...

In recent years, China has become one of the most important sources of foreign direct investment and development finance in the world. Chinese companies play various roles in overseas projects, from research and design, to construction, development and operation....