Trade and Investment

China’s trade with Latin America is bound to keep growing. Here’s why that matters

LAC-China trade is expected to more than double by 2035. Image: Photo by Cameron Venti on Unsplash

Pepe Zhang

Associate Director and Fellow, Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center

Tatiana Lacerda Prazeres

Senior Fellow, University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, and Former Foreign Trade Secretary of Brazil

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