Ecuador succeeds in restructuring its debt with the People’s Republic of China

Ecuador reached an agreement with Chinese banks to provide about $1.4 billion in debt relief through 2025.

Argentine province signs new strategic agreement with PowerChina

Governor of Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) Gustavo Melella signed a strategic agreement for the development of energy projects in Patagonia with Tu Shuipin, representative of PowerChina Energy in Argentina.

China: Chile’s major clothing supplier

Currently, China is the largest exporter of clothing to Chile, according with the report presented by Chile’s National Chamber of Commerce.

Chinese-Argentine relations at record high levels of activity

This last month has brought a great deal of activity to the bilateral relations between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Argentina.

Growing presence of the People’s Republic of China in Latin America

China’s (PRC) great commitment in the last decade has been of great importance, the Asian country saw a great opportunity in the region and has pushed to maintain an important presence.

Meeting between the Argentinean and Chinese Ministers of Economy

The Argentine Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, received the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, Zou Xiaoli, to discuss “issues related to the bilateral trade agenda”

Swap: Foreign exchange swaps between Argentina and the People’s Republic of China

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez confirmed that the government of the People’s Republic of China agreed to extend the currency swap with Argentina to strengthen the reserves of the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA).

The U.S.-China trade war and its impact on Peru

According to Daniel Velandia, chief economist of Credicorp Capital, the existing tension between the two countries has hindered Peru’s inflationary reduction, and increased the uncertainty regarding a global economic recession.

Economic ties between Ecuador and China

China is now Ecuador’s largest trading partner. This year, Ecuador’s exports of non-oil or mining products to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) increased by 81%.

Slowdown in Chinese demand affects Argentine meat exports

Argentina suffered a 7% drop in the volume of its beef exports in the first four months of this year, largely due to a slowdown in demand from the PRC, its main buyer.

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