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Trade with China is reaching more normal rates of yearly growth; Colombia and Costa Rica are this year’s success stories.

Total trade between China and Latin America was up 8 percent this year to $255.5 billion, finds the latest edition of Latin Business Chronicle’s Index of China-Latin America Trade. Chinese exports to the region grew 10.7 percent to $131 billion, while imports from the region were up 5.3 percent to $124.4 billion. Though experiences within specific countries differ, the region as a whole maintains a trade deficit with the Asian giant, and trade is largely dominated by the export of raw materials to China and the import of Chinese manufactured goods.

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