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By Margaret Myers, director of the China and Latin America Program at the Washington, D.C. think tank The Inter-American Dialogue Myers, one of the world’s most respected voices on Latin America-Asia relations, will publish a monthly column in Latintrade.com. Latin America can expect both continuity and divergence from Chinese actors in the coming years. The region has been a critical source of raw materials, such as copper, iron ore, oil, and soy, and an important destination for Chinese exports for almost two decades. It will continue to be so by all accounts. China’s concerns about energy and food security – […]
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