The president presented his vision of a "new era" in the congress of the communist party, which is being held this week
El actual presidente chino logra incrustarse en la historia como un referente para el mundo sin amenaza de relevo
The current Chinese president manages to be embedded in history as a reference for the world
The construction of the megaproject is delayed and there us no certainty about its viability
September 4-5 the 11th G20 Summit was held in China.
The government of Nicolás Maduro has made some last-ditch efforts to cut costs and pay off debts. As it has for over a decade now, Venezuela is looking to China for much-needed financial assistance.
La Casa Blanca ha expresado su preocupación por la relación del gobierno venezolano con Putin y Jinping
The free trade agreement allows us to defend the presence of our products in the markets and will provide easier market access
Uruguay has a great deal of interest in advancing toward freer trade with China, since that country is Uruguay’s leading trade partner
“The executive branch is going to take this to the end, and if China wants an agreement we’ll reach an agreement and it will be up to the legislature to either approve or reject it,” Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa
Should we wait until the effects of the aggressive recovery policies fill the world with jobs, industry, and value?
While President-elect Donald J. Trump is pushing a negative agenda for Latin America, China is happily seeking to fill the vacuum of constructive U.S. policies in the region.
Una de las cosas importantes que pasaron casi inadvertidas en el calor de las elecciones de Estados Unidos en el año que termina es la nueva ofensiva de China para aumentar su presencia en América Latina.
Latin America’s importance cannot be undermined
Un documento desclasificado eleva los muertos hasta 10.000. El régimen chino solo reconoció 200 víctimas
Is it the United States or China?
China would be interested in investing in Latin American oil and energy sectors, while Latin America could invest in innovative technology and foreign direct investment.
While countries like Venezuela and Brazil ache over falling commodity prices, Central America rejoices over the US recovery.
China has been Peru’s largest trading partner since 2014, buying $7.4 billion of goods in 2015 or 19.6% of Peru’s total exports, led by copper.
The two nations have agreed to work together on environmental issues and energy, while a number of Peruvian and Chinese financial institutions have entered into collaborative arrangements.
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