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  • BYD in Chile

    BYD in Chile

    The Chinese company BYD has recently signed an alliance with the Chilean company Astar, in order to distribute electric vehicles for the first months of 2023 in Chile.

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BYD in Chile
The Chinese company BYD has recently signed an alliance with the Chilean company Astar, in order to distribute electric vehicles for the first months of 2023 in Chile.
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Espejo de Palabras
The end of October saw the launch of the television program Espejo de Palabras (Mirror of words), a joint production by Télam and the Argentine National News Agency, television agencies of Argentina, and CGTN of China.
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Dragon Boat Race in Panama
Dragon boat racing is a traditional Chinese sport in which several teams compete against each other in racing boats. This sport found its way to Panama and the Dragon Boat Race was held in Amador, Panama City.
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China’s presence in South American seas
the hegemonic presence of the United States (US) in South America is diminishing, especially in relation to its presence in the region’s oceans. This is due to China’s increased presence in the different South American trade routes and the infrastructure works it is involved in.
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The latest on InaPapers
The ongoing investigation by the Ecuadorian authorities has led to the raid of the offices of Coca Codo Sinclair, a hydroelectric plant built in Ecuador. The construction of this plant involved Sinohydro, a Chinese state-owned company.
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Peru subscribes to APEC environmental commitments
Working in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, Peru’s performance in the area of sustainable development has been strong. This was evinced by Peru’s reiteration, in the most recent APEC forum, to establish and implement sustainable food systems and food security for its citizens.
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Nicaragua and China, ever closer
Nicaragua’s Vice President, Rosario Murillo, has stated that China will grant a disbursement of USD $60 million for the development of a housing construction program. This disbursement is coordinated by the China International Development Cooperation Agency.
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Argentina’s new great trade partner
At the end of July, the Argentine-Chinese Chamber of Production, Industry and Commerce, presented a report entitled “Opportunities and Business with China”, which provides an in-depth analysis of existing economic relations between Argentina and China.
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Corruption scandals in Bolivia
China’s companies CAMC Engineering Co Ltd (CAMC) and YLB have been at the center of several controversies involving corruption due to a the construction of a water treatment plant in the Uyuni Salt Flat, in Potosí in Bolivia.
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China advances towards Latin America
A meeting was held between China’s Foreign Ministry’s LAC director general, Cai Wei, and ALADI general secretary, Sergio Abreu in which the former manifested China’s interest in assimilating Latin American trade, understanding how it works, its strategies and instruments, and its application of the most favored nation principle.
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Illegal Fishing in Uruguay
The difference between ilegal and Unregulated fishing is evident in the controversy surrounding the fishing vessel Lu Rong Yuan Yu 606 of Chinese origin, recently captured in Uruguayan waters, and whose illegality could not be concluded due to language difficulties.
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China asks the UN to embargo small arms and send regional forces in response to violence in Haiti

Photo: OAS visit to Haiti (2/3) – 2019. By: Francisco Proner / Farpa/ CIDH. Source: Flickr Violence in Haiti is caused by phenomena such as poverty; the country’s vulnerability to natural disasters; food insecurity; and, today, increased gang warfare and repression by the security forces. This has led to an increase in the number of victims of different types of crime, ranging from sexual assault to kidnapping, which in turn has triggered a collapse of the health and security systems. In this context, the United States has been identified as the largest supplier of arms in Haiti.   In light of…

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