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China and Latin America Agressive For Business

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Beijing Eastern International Logistics Chairman Zhu and Eugenio Cano

According to official accounts, more than 400 Chinese business leaders and government officials, and representatives of 600 Latin American businesses congregated in Lima, Peru from November 21 to 23 for the 5th China-Latin America Business Summit. President Ollanta Moisés Humala Tasso of Peru inaugurated the summit ...

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Korea accesses US through Latin America

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The new bilateral trade agreement between the United States and Korea will dramatically increase commercial ties with the regions. In a recent interview with Korea Herald, Inter-American Development Bank chief Luis Moreno said that Latin America is a strategic gateway to the United States. Bilateral trade between Latin American countries and Korea has been expanding by 16.1 percent annually for the past few years, but Korea’s still represents a tiny 2.5 percent of Latin America’s total trade.

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Foxconn continues negotiations with Brazil to manufacture iPad

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Taiwan-based Foxconn, a subsidiary of  Hon Hai Precision, continues negotiations with Brazilian government to establish a iPad manufacturing plant in Brazil. Concerns have arisen due to the tax benefits offered in that country. In addition, this is likely to be a capital intensive investment given that Hon Hai has experienced several suicides among its workforce in China.

To read more: http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2011/10/14/brazil-foxconn-singing-the-same-itune/?ftcamp=traffic/email/content/booster//memmkt#axzz1bzSGkC7e

To read more: http://www.businessweek.com/managing/content/jun2010/ca2010064_421902.htm

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Korea Strikes Deal with Latin America on Natural Gas Extraction

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The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, Korea Gas and the Inter-American Development Bank signed a memorandum of understanding that would facilitate the exploration and extraction of natural gas in Latin America. Korea Gas is one of the largest importers of natural gas in the world. With Korea Gas’ technology and the Export-Import Bank of Korea’s financing, this partnership could help Latin American better access this natural resource. It is the hope of several countries in the region that the resource is processed ...

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Korea to Finance Infrastructure Projects in Latin America

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Korean EXIMBANK moves agressively at increasing investments in infrastructure projects in Latin America. The EXIMBANK has created the Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF) to invest in energy and infrastructure projects in Latin America with Korean financing. The EDCF targets countries with a gross national income (GNI) per capital below $6,000 and provides loans with low interest of between 0.01 percent and 2.4 percent annually allowing a maturity of 25 to 40 years.

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IE Singapore deepens ties with Latin America

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Singapore and Latin America announced plans to increase economic ties. Bilateral trade rose by 38% already in 2011. The trade promotion International Enterprise (IE) Singapore signed a MOU with the Development Bank of Latin America at the Latin Asia Business Forum yesterday.

Read more: http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sub/news/story/0,4574,459251,00.html?

 

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Puerto Rico should set its sights on Asia

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Leading economist in Puerto Rico, Joaquin Villamil of Estudios Tecnicos explains that whether or not the United States enters a double-dip recession, Puerto Rico must find a way to enter Asian Markets. One can also conclude that the region would be the source of investments to Puerto Rico.

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China and Latin America Strengthen Economic Ties

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China and Latin America converge economically. Most of the recent deals have been in the extraction of natural resources, such as Sinopec’s US$7.1 billion-deal for YPF’s Brazilian unit; Chinalco’s $2.16-billion deal with the Toromocho Copper Mine, in Peru; CNOOC’s $3.1-billion deal for a 50-percent stake in Argentina’s Bridas Corp; and Wuhan Iron & Steel’s $400mn investment in MMX. However, it has not all been about natural resources. China eyes the growing markets of Latin America as well as other investment opportunities. Case in point include Foxcon’s $10 billion investment in Brazil to manufacture the next generation of iPads, and China New Machine Energy’s Jaguar Energy Guatemala plant.

The Chinese Government support approves these deals and provide financing through the China Development Bank (CDB), and The Export-Import Bank of China ...

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Taiwan Trade Mission Coming to Puerto Rico

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The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the leading trade and investment promotion organization in Taiwan, will visit Puerto Rico on a Caribbean trade mission next month. The delegation is comprised of six enterprises from various industries, including industrial machinery, electronics, hardware, entertainment hardware and food.

To read more: http://www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com/news03.php?nt_id=62717&ct_id=1&q=taiwan

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Costa Rica Aims to be China’s trade hub to the Americas

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As the only Central American country that maintains diplomatic relations with China, Costa Rica is trying to set itself as the hub for Chinese investors to enter markets in the Americas. With a Free Trade Agreement between those nations that came into effect August 2011, bilateral commerce is set to increase even more. Already, the General Administration of Customs of China shows that trade volume between China and Costa Rica reached $3.8 billion in 2010, up 19.2 percent year-on-year. According to recent news articles, trade is not only a one-way relationship. Since 2000, Costa Rican exports to China, which include computer components and accessories, electrical plugs and agricultural products, increased approximately 70 percent annually.

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