January 10, 2013

Is China Enough for Latin America?

Jose Machinea, Project Syndicate

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For many countries in Latin America, demand from China has been essential to maintaining high GDP growth rates over the last decade. But will Chinese demand for commodities be enough to sustain high prices for the region’s exports in the coming years?

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