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Spotlight: Asia and Latin America

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Our recent coverage of the growing Asian business with Latin America.

SPECIAL REPORTS

Promising Outlook for Asia, Latin America (Nov.16, 2009)
As the global economy begins to recover, the outlook for Asia and Latin America is promising, argues Singapore Minister S Iswaran.
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Korea-Latin America Trade Grows (Nov.9, 2009)
Korean trade with Latin America is growing strongly led by Brazil and Panama.
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Singapore-Latin Trade: Strong Growth (Nov. 4, 2009)
Singapore continues boosting its business and trade relations with Latin America.
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Latin America: More Indian Business (Sept. 22, 2009)
Indian and Latin American exporters are finding new markets to offset weaker growth in developed countries.
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Japan: Latin America Trade Grows (May 14, 2009)
Brazil is now Japan’s top trade partner in Latin America and the leading exporter from the region.
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China-Latin Boom Continues
(Nov. 24, 2008)
Chinese trade with Latin America continues to grow at a rapid pace and will likely get a boost from new trade and investment pacts.
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Trade Helps Offsets Crisis  (Oct.6, 2008)
Trade is providing a silver lining for both the United States and Latin America amidst the global credit crisis.
Includes a ranking of Latin America's Top 25 Export Markets.
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Asia-Latin Trade Boom
(Sept. 15, 2008)
Asian-Latin American trade jumps. And the trend will continue, experts predict.
Includes a ranking of Latin America's Top Asian Trade Partners.
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Asia-Latin Trade Q&A (Sept. 15, 2008)
Latin Business Chronicle asks leading experts about the outlook for Asia-Latin American business and trade.
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China: Latin Trade Boom (March 24, 2008)

China's trade with, and investments in, Latin America are growing significantly and expected to continue doing so in the future as well.
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OPINION

The New Latin America (November 17, 2008)
Latin America has withstood the Western financial crisis with relatively modest impact, argues R. Viswanathan, India's ambassador to Argentina and its leading Latin America expert. 
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Asia-Latin American Collaboration (September 29, 2008)
Latin America's and Asia's respective strengths present opportunities for collaboration, argues Singapore's trade minister Lim Hng Kiang.
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After Doha: Advancing the Trade Agenda (September 29, 2008)
Following the collapse of Doha, Latin America and Asia should seize the promise of pan-Pacific trade, argue Osvaldo Rosales and Eric Farnsworth
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