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Chinese Investment in Latin America and Implications for Canadian Companies

The Canadian Council for the Americas, in collaboration with the Inter-American Dialogue, will host a panel discussion of China's business and political strategy in Latin America and the Caribbean.

October 17, 2014 11:45am to 1:30pm

China is positioned to take over the EU as Latin America's second largest trading partner. The July visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping demonstrates a maturing relationship with the region that deepens and extends beyond commercial interests. The nature of China’s changing relationship with the region, and implications for Canadian investors, will be a key focus of this session.


Evan Ellis, Professor of Latin American Studies, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute

Margaret Myers, Director- China and Latin America Program, the Inter-American Dialogue

William A. Wilson III
, Partner, Wilson International Law

Ken Frankel
(moderator), President, Canadian Council for the Americas

CA $50.00