How is China’s coronavirus assistance to Latin America being perceived and what are the implications for US-China competition in the region?
The 41 percent drop in China’s first quarter GDP, compounded by the global oil price rout, has been something of a worst case scenario for the region’s producers.
En esta entrevista con NTN24, Margaret Myers habló sobre el rol crucial de China en el combate del coronavirus en Latinoamérica, así como la “diplomacia de mascarillas” o “mask diplomacy” impulsada por este país.
On April 9, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted What Role for China in LAC’s Covid-19 Recovery?, a conference call with Joyce Chang, Dialogue member and managing director and chair of Global Research at JP Morgan, and Oliver Stuenkel, associate professor of international relations at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) in São Paulo.
Advancing US-Japan Cooperation on Digital Economy Development in Latin America: Three Recommendations
Enhanced Japan-US collaboration would do much to advance the delivery of information and communications technology platforms across the region.
Future Chinese engagement with Latin America will be carefully justified on the basis of economic and/or political return on investment.
China came to the rescue in Latin America and the Caribbean after the Global Financial Crisis. Can it do so again?
The year 2019 was among the lowest on record for Chinese state-to-state finance in Latin America, with only approximately $1.1 billion in loans from China Development Bank and China Eximbank to Latin American governments and state-owned enterprises.
What will be the coronavirus outbreak’s global economic fallout, and how will such trends affect Latin American and Caribbean economies?
Upgrading China-Southern Cone Agro-Industrial Relations: Recommendations for the Public and Private Sectors
Much could be gained from a coordinated, multi-dimensional strategy aimed at upgrading the trade-based and other aspects of the China-Southern Cone agro-industrial dynamic.
This year, Dialogue experts were chosen to provide background information and analysis of US policy towards Latin America and China-Latin America relations for Great Decisions, the largest program focusing on the discussion of world affairs in the United States..
Is El Salvador’s recent decision to cut ties with Taiwan in favor of establishing them with China paying off?
A wide variety of factors—domestic and external—will shape 5G deployment in the Latin American region over the next few years.