Hasta ahora, América Latina ha permanecido bastante silenciosa en cuanto a la confrontación del presidente Trump con México, pero eso podría cambiar muy pronto.
Latin America has remained fairly quiet during President Trump's confrontation with Mexico so far, but that could change very soon.
“The executive branch is going to take this to the end, and if China wants an agreement we’ll reach an agreement and it will be up to the legislature to either approve or reject it,” Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa
Una de las cosas importantes que pasaron casi inadvertidas en el calor de las elecciones de Estados Unidos en el año que termina es la nueva ofensiva de China para aumentar su presencia en América Latina.
While President-elect Donald J. Trump is pushing a negative agenda for Latin America, China is happily seeking to fill the vacuum of constructive U.S. policies in the region.
China, que hasta hace poco se contentaba con buscar oportunidades económicas en América Latina, está forjando una influencia política más fuerte en la región.
China would be interested in investing in Latin American oil and energy sectors, while Latin America could invest in innovative technology and foreign direct investment.
For Latin America the result of the U.S. election and the growing investments from China in the region could mean a new opportunity to promote their own development in a post-commodity boom environment.
The two nations have agreed to work together on environmental issues and energy, while a number of Peruvian and Chinese financial institutions have entered into collaborative arrangements.
“We sincerely invite Chinese tourists to visit Chile,” said Javiera Montes, undersecretary of Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism in Chile.
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Mango is the fourth Ecuadorian food item to have received access to the Chinese market, following fresh bananas, frozen shrimp, and cocoa;
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None of Uruguay’s partners in Mercosur has raised objections to his government’s plan to negotiate a trade accord with China
Macri and Vazquez agree that the trade approach to China should be done from Mercosur. Vazquez underlined the very generous attitude of Macri and thanked Argentina for having such consideration.
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En lo que muchos argentinos interpretan como una retaliación por algunas de las posiciones del presidente Mauricio Macri, la segunda economía del mundo cesó la importación de aceite de soja argentino.
The free trade agreement allows us to defend the presence of our products in the markets and will provide easier market access
China’s foreign minister confirmed Thursday that the Asian giant would provide Bolivia a $4.86 billion loan for road, energy and steel projects, among others.
The end of conflict could mean the United States will back away from Colombia in terms of investment and assistance, China might try to fill the power gap.
Representatives from Argentina’s mining sector conducted on Monday the first seminar for investment projects for Chinese businessmen, with an eye on attracting capital from the world’s second largest economy.
China has been Peru’s largest trading partner since 2014, buying $7.4 billion of goods in 2015 or 19.6% of Peru’s total exports, led by copper.
Chinese officials say the world's first quantum satellite will enable them to have a hack proof communication system.
The government of Nicolás Maduro has made some last-ditch efforts to cut costs and pay off debts. As it has for over a decade now, Venezuela is looking to China for much-needed financial assistance.
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Even with Venezuela’s economic meltdown and Brazil’s underwhelming performance, the Chinese want to keep up investment in the region.
China now has more of the world's fastest supercomputers than the US and without using US chips
Uruguay has a great deal of interest in advancing toward freer trade with China, since that country is Uruguay’s leading trade partner
Though known throughout the world as Panama hats, toquillas are originally from Ecuador, as UNESCO recognized in 2012 when it declared the weaving of the straw fabric from the Andean toquilla plant an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Bolivia’s government has hired China’s Beijin Urban Construction Group to expand the Viru Viru International Airport in the eastern city Santa Cruz and make it a regional hub for passenger and cargo flights.
The institution’s governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, called LatAm “a region full of potential” despite economic stumbles over the last year.
They may lack Barcelona or Chelsea's glamour, but Chinese football clubs are luring skillful South Americans with irresistible multimillion-dollar checks in their quest to make China a world soccer power.
A lo largo del 2016, por medio de de conciertos, exposiciones y conferencias se buscará fomentar la amistad y fortalecer la cooperación bilateral.
Ecuador's Finance Ministry announced that the country has signed a $970 million credit facility with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC).
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Las relaciones internacionales han pasado por el Mediterráneo, luego por el Atlántico y, actualmente, se dirigen hacia el Océano pacífico.
Embajador del gobierno Macri busca acercarse a la potencia inversionista y financista.
Among the reasons behind Latin America’s dependable growth was the presence of a bulk trading partner, China. But with demand for raw materials down, Latin America will have to make serious changes.
Venezuela’s most recent election jeopardizes an estimated $60 billion China dumped into the country, according to experts. As such, although It is unlikely that Venezuela will reverse existing deals with China, new financing proposals will probably encounter greater scrutiny