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.
Since 2005, China has provided more than USD 119 billion in loan commitments to Latin American countries and firms. The China-Latin America Finance Database, which was developed by the Inter-American Dialogue in collabortion with the Boston University Global Economic Governance Initiative, provides up-to-date information on Chinese lending in Latin America by country, lender, sector, and year.
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