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Economic reasons to invest in Peru
Investment flows into Peru are expected to continue their upwards trend as a result of investors’ confidence in the economic performance of the country.
South Korean president Lee makes four-nation trip to Latin America
The South Korean President made a four-nation Latin American tour to the G20 summit in Mexico, The UN sustainable development conference in Brazil, as well as bilateral visits to Chile and Colombia.
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.


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Chinese Industrial Capital Scouts Investment Opportunities in Chile
Matias Mori, Chile’s executive vice-president of the Foreign Investment Committee, representatives of Chongqing, China’s most populous city
Chinese Industrial Capital Scouts Investment Opportunities in Chile
During a meeting with Matías Mori, Chile’s executive vice-president of the Foreign Investment Committee, representatives of Chongqing, China’s most populous city, expressed interest in areas such as mining, manufacturing, energy and agriculture.
The visit took place under an agreement for the exchange of information signed by the Foreign Investment Committee and the city’s authorities in 2011.
In 2011, Chongqing’s foreign trade reached US$30,000 million of which South America accounted for 10%, while its trade with Chile surged by 500%. Foreign investment in Chongqing totalled US$10,500 million in 2011 while its investments outside China reached US$3,800 million. Between 2009 and 2011, it committed over US$500 million to projects in Latin America.
EMA of London secures strategic alliance agreement with GIGA SOLAR
Giga Solar earned the prestigious award as Chinas fastest growing hi-tech company in 2010 by Deloitte
During the successful visit to the Asia Solar conference in Shanghai, Mr W. Y. Chen secured a strategic alliance with GIGA SOLAR.
GIGA SOLAR was established in 2004, specialising in medium and high-end semi-conductor cleaning technologies. As one of the world-leading PV companies with the biggest production capacity in China, GIGA SOLAR provides professional PV “Turnkey Solutions” and PV power plants.
In 2010, Deloitte ranked GIGA SOLAR as the fastest growing high-tech company in China.
GIGA SOLAR has 8 production bases, 10 branch companies and a PV research institute thoughout China, engaging in R&D and manufacturing of solar cells, modules as well as PV equipment.
Meanwhile, GIGA SOLAR has built a large 30MW grid-tied power station in Sheyang, Jiangsu Province, currently the largest single photovoltaic power station in China, funded by private capital.
Time for better ties with Latin America
China’s economic ties with Latin America and the Caribbean need further development as the global economy weakens, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said in a “yellow book” on 4th May.
Bilateral relations have moved beyond initial contacts based on trade to more complex interactions such as investment and financial cooperation, the government think tank said.
In just eight years, China’s importance as a trade partner for Latin America has increased significantly, said Osvaldo Rosales, director of the international trade and integration division of the United Nations’ Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.
“China is displacing the European Union as the second-largest trade partner of countries [in the region] and it’s more important for South America’s growth than the United States,” he said.
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