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May 27, 2015
China, Latin America have profitable but unequal ties
Rio De Janeiro (AFP) May 26, 2015
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang heads home from a Latin American tour Tuesday with a briefcase full of deals that bolster a relationship profitable for the region's slowing economies but still highly unequal. Li's visit bore the most fruit in Brazil, where he sealed deals for $53 billion in Chinese investment, mainly focused on upgrading the regional giant's strained infrastructure. He also made stops in Colombia, Peru and Chile on the nine-day tour. The visit followed on Chinese President ... read more

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