Wed, May 9, 2018
Over the past decade, Latin America has vastly expanded its exports to China, which are now approximately $100 billion annually. These exports are primarily focused on raw goods and unprocessed goods, mainly: soybeans, iron ore, crude oil, and copper.
Article by Sean Miner
Mon, Mar 5, 2018
Over the past ten years, Chinese companies and policy banks have steadily invested and lent hundreds of billions of dollars in Latin America’s oil and gas sector. China’s leaders have been pressured to secure energy resources because of stagnating domestic oil production coupled with rapid growth in consumption. Latin America’s growing proven oil reserves have made it an attractive partner for China.
Report by Patricia I. Vasquez
Mon, Dec 3, 2018
In the context of high stakes global trade confrontations, there is a strong motivation for Latin America and China to explore fresh options to upgrade, diversify, and deepen their trade-and-investment relationship, not only to manage peril, but also to leverage new opportunities and strengthen economic cooperation.
Report by ANABEL GONZÁLEZ