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Trade between China and Latin America reached a total of $231 billion during 2015, 10 percent lower than the year before, according to Latin Trade’s most recent ranking. But some of the smallest countries in the region posted the most notable results. El Salvador’s imports from the Asian giant grew four-fold in the 2014-2015 period, albeit a much lower 23 percent rise in its exports. Cuba posted some of the best results all-round, with total bilateral trade growing 58.6 percent to $2.2 billion, the most out of any country. Other winners include Guatemala, up 17 percent; Nicaragua, 15 percent increase, […]
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