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ASIA: The China Challenge

As China’s economy lost steam, imports of Latin American commodities went south.  That reversal in trade turned into an incentive for Latin American companies to explore other business areas with the Asian giant and to diversify the basket of products and services to offer them. |   By Ruth Morris   | China lifted its foot off the economic accelerator in 2014, sapping demand for many of Latin America’s exports in raw materials. But even as commodity prices slip, Latin America’s trade relationship with China is gradually deepening and diversifying, experts said, offering a less bumpy road moving forward. While […]
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