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Chinese trade with Latin America reached $213 billion in 2016, down almost 8 percent from a year before, according to Latin Trade’s most recent China-Latin America Index. Some Central American and Caribbean countries fared better than the region’s larger economies, such as Dominican Republic, with a 3 percent growth, reaching a total of $1.7 billion. For the region’s larger economies, Peru had the best performance all-round. The Andean country’s trade with China reached $15.4 billion, 6.4 percent more than the year before. Peru is working to increase those figures more this year, as it seeks to broaden its exports to […]
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