Search: Cuba,China (3 materials)

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

... People's Liberation Army unit 61398.In addition, it has been known for some time that China also maintains large electronic intelligence operations in Cuba at the Lourdes, and Bejucal stations, in the metropolitan Havana area, which are shared with Cuban services. China also maintains a strategic partnership with, and is an important shareholder in Bandeirantes, one of Brazil's major media companies.A recent New York Times article reported on Russian activities, and the long history U.S. meddling in foreign elections,...

21.02.2018

A Panda and a Bear in the Caribbean

... authorities skirted the ban, in view of the incident with the North Korean vessel in the summer of 2013 and accusations of China sending secret arms shipments to Havana sparked by the rumor that “at least three arms shipments were traced from China to Cuba ”, which appeared in the American press in 2000. At that time Beijing did not issue any denials. Chinese spokesman Zhang Yuanyuan said that China “supplied the Cuban military with logistics items – never arms.” Asked if explosives ...

30.03.2015

Banking on Bolshevism. Brazil’s “caviar left” spending billions to revive Cuba’s broken communist economy

... to share an important electronic intelligence gathering station outside Havana, the Chinese have pivoted away from Cuba toward Mexico and Central America. The economic impact of the move will bring far greater rewards to the Chinese economy than what Cuba and Venezuela offer. China has made it a priority to develop assembly and manufacturing relationships with Mexico, Nicaragua and Costa Rica which could reduce the cost of Beijing moving goods into the lucrative North American market. Already controlling Panama Canal operations,...

07.03.2014

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