What will be the coronavirus outbreak’s global economic fallout, and how will such trends affect Latin American and Caribbean economies?
China’s interest in Latin America has cooled — and that trend will continue.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts viewpoints’ on the Trump administration’s new strategy for the Western Hemisphere.
This week, Latin America will convene in Chile for the Second China-CELAC Ministerial Forum. Margaret Myers, Director of the Dialogue’s Latin America and the World Program, speaks to CGTN on what to expect from the meeting.
How are China’s cooling economy and the trade war affecting Latin American countries?
Margaret Myers, directora del programa de Asia y América Latina en el Diálogo Interamericano, habló con Expediente Público sobre la relación entre El Salvador y China, y el rol del país asiático en la región.
Latin American governments are increasingly looking to China to address the region’s glaring infrastructure deficit. However, if history is any indication, China’s commitment to Latin American infrastructure development is unlikely to result in a slew of mega-projects in the coming years.
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.
Japan has launched a new phase in its relations with Latin America and the Caribbean.
Going Local: An Assessment of China’s Administrative-Level Activity in Latin America and the Caribbean
Chinese government, quasi-governmental, and commercial representatives are engaging with growing frequency at the local level in LAC. This new report examines the evolving nature of China-LAC subnational engagement.
U.S. interests in Latin America—including vis-à-vis China—are best served by strengthening U.S.-Latin America ties, rather than highlighting China’s flaws.
CSR is a topic of interest for many of China’s major overseas investors. New Chinese progress on CSR will be critical, especially as companies look to grow their extractive sector investments and extend the BRI beyond the Eurasian region.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on the Pacific Alliance’s trade ties with Asian nations beyond China.
El Salvador on Aug. 21 became the latest country to break diplomatic relations with Taiwan in favor of establishing them with China. The move left Taiwan with just 17 nations that recognize its government, nine of which are in Latin America and the Caribbean. Why did El Salvador’s government make…
China came to the rescue in Latin America and the Caribbean after the Global Financial Crisis. Can it do so again?