Colombia investigates dumping in Chinese aluminium imports

Colombia is investigating imports of aluminum extrusions from China, due to possible dumping practices.

Colombian exports to US increase amid US鈥揅hina tensions

In the face of the Chinese slowdown and tensions with the U.S., Colombia’s share of U.S. exports is increasing.

Colombia and China strengthen legislative ties

Representatives from China and Colombia met in Beijing to promote cooperation between their respective legislative branches.

Colombian cattle exports to China raise environmental concerns

Colombia will export cattle to China, and although this will represent a large economic income, experts say that its sustainability is not being evaluated.

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The Colombian Government is Reviewing a Draft to Join China’s Belt and Road Initiative

The Colombian government is actively exploring the possibility of participating in China’s ‘Belt and Road’ investment initiative.

Colombia’s Agriculture Minister Aims to Forge Closer Ties for Agricultural Products with China

Colombia’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Jhenifer Mojica, visited China to strengthen trade relations and diversify the destinations for Colombian agricultural and agro-industrial exports. Currently, 66% of exports in this sector are concentrated in the United States and Europe. The minister emphasized the importance of enhancing trade and diplomatic relations with Asia.

New Chinese Ambassador to Colombia: A strengthened link

On August 28th, Mr. Zhu Jingyang arrived in Bogot谩, D.C. as the newly appointed Chinese ambassador to Colombia, marking the return of a high-ranking representative from the Asian country to Colombia after more than five months of interim leadership. The former ambassador, Lan Hu, bid farewell on March 24th in an event at the Chinese embassy in Bogot谩 and now serves as the Chinese ambassador to Venezuela.

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China-Colombia Relations: China seeks to strengthen collaboration with Latin American country

As reported in the article by Sabinna Nicholls, China’s presence in Latin America’s economy has grown significantly in recent decades, with the country emerging as a major player. In just one year, China’s direct investment in Colombia tripled, going from USD $84 million in 2021 to USD $266 million by the end of 2022, as reported by the Banco de la Rep煤blica de Colombia (BRC).

Colombia could be affected by the new dynamics of the trade war between China and the U.S.

The United States and China announce trade measures that could impact global supply chains and have repercussions on the configuration of the world economy, including Colombia. Tensions between these countries have escalated with economic sanctions and retaliatory trade measures between them.

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