Formally at least, China’s ambitious One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative is all about building up trade, transport and investment links across Eurasia – and it doesn’t reach as far as Latin America. But a new report points out that there could still be an important impact in the region, and potentially much to gain for countries concerned about the more protectionist stance now being taken by the United States. 

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