Search: China,Latin America (7 materials)

India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... local employment procreated, by such investment. Andrey Kortunov: Heartland Reunion: Geopolitical Chimera or Historical Chance? While India lacks the global prowess to pull-off mega projects in ports, expressways, hydro-dams, etc., of the kind that China alluringly dangles, before a gapingly infrastructure deficient Latin America, Indian investment can most certainly make a material splash, in advancing the cause of benign socio-economically empowering emancipation, through agriculture, housing, skills-sets improvement, education and human resource development, soft-sector ...


Is China still the "big dog" in Brazil and Latin America?

... Argentine Patagonia) with politics (martialing opposition to Maduro's cash starved Chavista regime in Venezuela) followed the high profile visit of Beijing foreign minister Wang Yi to Chile late last month. Yi used a UN conference as a platform to promote China-Latin America economic relations, and amp up China's Belt and Road Initiative.oThe short meeting Tillerson had in Buenos Aires with Trump friend, Argentina's president Mauricio Macri, was offset by China's finance minister Xiao Jie, who discussed substantive ...


Battle for the Andes

Russia and China on the Latin American Arms Market Argentina: Fighting on the Outskirts The fledgling military-technical cooperation between Russia and Argentina was the subject of a recent article . The only recent contracts between the two parties are the delivery of two ...


Brazilian League for a Bear and a Panda

... persistently working to dominate relatively new markets… As a result China is going to draw these countries in because the world's leading economy will always need huge resources." [1] To illustrate, note that between 2000 and 2009, trade between China and Latin America grew by 1,200 percent, reaching USD 261 billion . However, the Celestial Empire is still unhappy, as early last January Xi Jinping urged the country to double the figure within 10 years. and raise high-tech cooperation on the priority ...


A Panda and a Bear in the Caribbean

Russia and China in the Latin American Arms Market. Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua At Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation (MTC) session with Foreign States on January 27, 2014 Russian President Vladimir Putin encouraged those present to seek out new markets, in particular ...


Russia and Latin America in the Context of Sanctions: From Ideology to Pragmatism

... EU [12] . The growth rate of exports from CELAC to China in 2006-2010 was more than five times higher than the corresponding world average [13] . In 2012, the volume of CELAC exports to China amounted to 130.9 billion dollars. From 2005 to 2013, China accommodated Latin American countries with loans worth 102 billion dollars [14] , and in July 2014 announced the creation of a new $35 billion fund to finance infrastructure projects in the country-members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States ...


New players on the Latin american pitch

... change rapidly in the middle of the last decade. As far back as at the end of 2004 at the APEC summit in Santiago (Chile) the key figure who riveted everybody’s attention was not at all George Bush Jr. but PRC Chairman Hu Jintao. Far from hiding China’s interest in Latin America, he made a startling statement that China intended to invest USD 100 billion over the next ten years. The Chinese leader’s statement was not at all unsubstantiated. In 2010 only the Chinese investment in the region made 15 billion ...


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