China-Latin America trade enters a new era
Chinese and Latin American ties have entered a new era with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to Chile, Uruguay, and through the second Ministerial Meeting of the Forum of China and CELAC. The multilateral framework will initiate further collaboration under the Belt and Road Initiative and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, laying a solid foundation for the upcoming China-Latin American Forum this year.
Presently, sluggish economic growth and dynamic political volatility, coupled with a steadfast and influential US presence create various challenges for Chinese-Latino relations. What is the extent of current Chinese-Latin American cooperation? How does Latin America and the US view growing Chinese presence in the continent? And how do we build more mutual trust and understanding to resolve obstacles?
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