Trade between China and LAC Today and in 2035
Trade between China and Latin America has surged over the past 15 years, and China is poised to become an even more important trading partner for Latin America and the Caribbean. Speaking at the Americas Committee’s Knowledge Sharing Session on 11 June, Pepe Zhang, Associate Director of the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center at the Atlantic Council, said China has become the second largest trading partner of Latin America, but added that the importance of agribusiness in exports to China will be relatively lower by 2035. He suggested that businesses across Latin America and the Caribbean should diversify and add value to their exports to China to best capitalise on the growing market opportunities.
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