Latin America Seeks to Attract Foreign Investment

Global Business

The World Bank seminar called: Emerging Economies:Views from East and South brought together leading World Bank economists and top government officials from the Philippines, Malaysia and Bolivia. The International Monetary Fund has said that tougher market conditions and lower commodity prices will keep economic growth across Latin America in low gear. Countries in the region are working hard to attract foreign investment.

Bolivian Minister for Development, Viviana Caro  speaks about how a slow-down in China’s economy and commodity prices would affect Latin America.

China and Latin America Relations

China and Latin America Relations

Bolivian Minister for Development speaks about how a slow-down in China's economy and commodity prices would affect Latin America.
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CCTV’s Shraysi Tandon speaks with Mexico’s Finance Minister, Luis Videgaray about Mexico’s trade ties with both the U.S. and China.

Mexico Looks Forward to Stronger Ties with U.S. and China

Mexico Looks Forward to Stronger Ties with U.S. and China

CCTV's Shraysi Tandon speaks with Mexico's Finance Minister, Luis Videgaray about Mexico's trade ties with both the U.S. and China.
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