Sino-Latin American Economic Relations


Using newly released data from the Chinese government along with extensive interviews in China and Latin America, Li gives us the first systematic analysis of the economic and political ideas underlying the recent surge in Sino-Latin American relations. His focus on China's relations with six major trading partners--Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Chile, Mexico, and Peru--provides an accurate assessment of trends and prospects for an emerging bilateral economic partnership. The conclusions of this study find that Sino-Latin American ties have become less ideological and present PRC involvement has been largely compatible with Western interests.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991


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