After months of rhetorical censure of Chinese firms’ rash investment decisions, China’s State Council has published a new set of guidelines to manage the stream of foreign investment currently pouring out from the country.
Venezuela’s mining sector is getting a much-needed boost from China.
After years strained relations, China-Mexico ties are slowly strengthening.
The unraveling of Obama’s Cuba policy would have minimal, or even slightly negative, consequences for Chinese companies.
Continuous political in Latin America is good reason for China to diversify its partnerships.
What progress has China made toward the development of a transoceanic railway in South America?
Chinese companies – public and private – encounter numerous obstacles when investing in Latin America and the Caribbean.
What will China’s newly-proposed “cooperation frameworks” mean for Latin America?
Brazil was been promised upwards of $50 billion in finance and investment by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in late May.