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Where is China heading?
Latin America should not worry excessively about China for the next few years
But should start preparing for the future by:
1. Diversifying into other Asian countries
2. Persuing further economic integration
Best opportunities still in Asia as well as in Latin America itself…
Where is China heading? | Special Report by BBVA
Latin America calls for food security
Latin America can play a key role in ensuring global food security, leaders said during the World Economic Forum on Latin America, that took place in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. However, realising this potential will require new approaches to ensure sustainability in the long term.
6th Andean Finance & Investment Forum
Venue: The W Hotel, Santiago, Chile
Date: Jun 26/27, 2012

The Andean Finance & Investment Forum is the only high-level, invitation-only summit explicitly designed to connect the international investment community and leaders from the Andean public and private sectors.

Dominican Republic day, London
EMA of London, fresh from their sponsorship of the Latin American Investment Forum, met with the Dominican Republic Ambassador to the United Kingdom, HE Federico Cuello Camilo
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EMA of London to promote Shanghai Electric Windpower Equipment in LatAm
EMA of London is pleased to announce the representation of Shanghai Electric Windpower Equipment
EMA of London is pleased to announce the representation of Shanghai Electric Group for the Latin American region.
Shanghai Electric Group are a publicly listed company, and within the group is the Shanghai Electric Windpower Equipment Company, which is an enterprise specialising in R&D, designing, manufacturing, technical consultancy as well as contracting of large scale wind turbines.
The successful launch of the largest wind turbine – the W3600 was independently developed by Shanghai Electric Windpower. By building its own R&D team and platform, Shanghai Electric Windpower takes the lead in the design for the complete turbine, and key components such as blade, controlling system and tower.
In addition optimised design and customised service are offered by the Company to users. There are two large manufacturing bases, each capable of producing over 1,000 units per year.
  • It is the first equipment manufacturer in China who has references for onshore, offshore and intertidal wind turbines
  • Is the first Chinese company to successfully export 1.25,2.0 and 3.6 megawatt class wind turbines
  • Succcessfully initiated independent R&D of offshore wind turbines at the domestically largest capacity – 3.6MW
Shanghai Electric utilise the most up to date technology for their wind turbines, have extensive R&D capabilities and export experience. With this technology, technical advice, competitive prices and generous finance options a vastly superior return on capital is on offer for Latin American wind park projects.
We would be delighted to receive your enquiries.
China and IDB set up $1bn Latin American fund
China and IDB set up $1bn Latin American fund
China is setting up a $1bn fund with the Inter-American Development Bank to make equity investments in Latin America, in a new move into financing in a region where it is already a major trade partner.
The fund, which should start operations this year, is a partnership between China’s state-run Export-Import Bank and the IDB. Each side will put in $150m and the two banks are currently selecting asset management firms to manage the investments and raise funds from the markets, the IDB says.
“We are looking to focus on areas where Latin America has enormous deficiencies, like infrastructure,” Luis Alberto Moreno, IDB president, told the Financial Times in Uruguay at the bank’s annual meeting. “It’s something that is quite novel and it is a route which we hope to continue to open up with the Chinese authorities.”
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