Daily News May 11, 2016

China-Latin America Trade Index: Small countries stand out 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 index. Most of the region’s larger economies saw their total trade with China fall: Brazil -17.4 percent; Chile -6 percent and Colombia, -28 percent, although Argentina was the exception with an almost 13 percent increase. But some of the smallest countries in the region posted the most notable results, Latin Trade reports. Enersis Chile plans $1.6 billion investment over four years Electricity provider Enersis Chile projected investments of $1.6 billion over the next four years, mainly in generation activities, according to local newspaper Diario Financiero. […]

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