Since late April, widespread commentary in mainstream media has alluded to the possibility that, by some measures, China may overtake the United States (US) to become the world’s largest national economy before the end of 2014. Whether or not this happens, it remains true that developments in China have considerably greater potential to affect economies in Latin America than they used to. The title of this paper, ‘China and Latin America, 2014-2016: Three Dimensions’ reflects several aspects of the relationship between the country and the region that we consider important.
This paper was edited by Andrew Hutchings, economist, financial journalist, and Chairman and Co-Founder at Universal Copywriters; and Eileen Gavin, Managing Editor at Latin News.
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