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By Margaret Myers, director of the China and Latin America Program at the Washington-based Inter-American Dialogue China’s relations with Latin America are evolving somewhat as a result of the region’s changing political landscape. Although Chinese firms trade with and invest in nearly every country in Latin America and the Caribbean to some degree, they have tended to focus their efforts in only a handful of primarily South American nations. Chinese policy bank (China Development Bank and China Export-Import Bank) finance has traditionally been directed toward Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil, and Argentina, for example. Foreign direct investment is also largely directed toward these […]
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