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China wants a piece of Uruguay

Government officials on official visits are usually required by protocol to talk of taking bilateral relations to a higher level.

China wants a piece of Uruguay But when Xi Jinping, China’s vice president, uttered the words during a visit to Uruguay, it smacked of the latest chapter in China’s concerted campaign to boost ties with the region’s big agricultural, energy and mineral providers.

China has poured millions into the region and is actively eyeing strategic opportunities, as the FT and beyondbrics have highlighted in the past. Is it now Uruguay’s turn?

Swiss commodities giant splashes out $475m on CST Mining’s Peruvian project
HONG Kong-based CST Mining Group said yesterday that it has made an initial agreement to sell its Peruvian copper project to Glencore for $475m.

The Swiss commodities giant splashes out £475m on CST Mining’s Peruvian projectThe Swiss mining giant has signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to buy CST Resources, a subsidiary of CST Mining registered in the Cayman Islands, which indirectly owns the Mina Justa project in southern Peru.

The project would give Glencore access to a resource base of more than 3 million tonnes of contained copper. The memorandum follows the recent acquisition of Zambian copper producer Sable for $28m.

Chinese investment surges in LatAm
Latin America has some of the world’s major energy and commodities supplies, so it’s no surprise that it is a very attractive place for resource-hungry China to do deals.
Chinese investment surges in LatAmAnd so it has racked up a staggering 286 per cent rise in investments in Latin America in from June 2010 to May 2011 compared with the previous 12 months.
According to a new report by consultancy Deloitte & Touche, China invested $15.6bn in Latin America in the year – nearly a third of its total $43.7bn foreign investment during the period.

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