New trends in Asian investment in Latin America

As trade wars continue to unfold across the globe between major economic powers, an opportunity arises for Asia and Latin America to strengthen their ties. In particular, investments from China to the region are increasingly diversifying and looking for new markets. To learn more about these trends and opportunities, Latin Trade spoke with Hogan Lovells partners in Miami, Gastón P. Fernandez and Miguel A. Zaldivar, to get their insight. <b>What are the trends and outlook for Asian investment to Latin America?</b> <b>Miguel A. Zaldivar:</b> There has been a slowdown due to the trade war, but not a complete stop. There will continue to be very significant investment from China to Latin America in different sectors, they will continue to be […]

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