July 20, 2014

China Flexes Muscles in Latin America

Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald

The Associated Press

The big news about Xi’s visit to Latin America was not the economic projects he announced — they may or may not happen and will be affected by the slower growth in all emerging countries — but China’s decision to step up its political ties with the region.

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