China Premier Li’s grand South America trade trip wraps up

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Chile is Chinese premier Li Keqiang’s last leg of a four-country tour of South America to do business with the region. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Chinese Premier Li signed a number of agreements including a currency swap deal easing exchanges up to $3.6 billion for the next three years aimed at boosting trade and investment between the two nations. CCTV’s Dan Collyns filed this report from Santiago.
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Chinese premier Li Keqiang's four-nation trip comes to an end in Chile

Chinese premier Li Keqiang's four-nation trip comes to an end in Chile

Chinese premier Li Keqiang is in Chile of the last leg of his four-country tour of South America. The two countries have a shared history and talked about how they could improve trade ties. On Monday, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and the Chinese Premier signed a number of agreements including a currency swap deal easing exchanges up to $3.6 billion for the next three years aimed at boosting trade and investment between the two nations. CCTV’s Dan Collyns reports from Santiago.


Chile’s trade with China focuses on agricultural exports

CCTV’s Joel Richards has more from Santiago.
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Chile’s trade with China focuses on agricultural exports

Chile’s trade with China focuses on agricultural exports

CCTV's Joel Richards has more from Santiago.


A look at China Premier Li’s Latin America visit from the Washington think tank perspective

To help recap Premier Li’s trip to Latin America, CCTV spoke to Laura Carlsen. Laura is the Americas Program Director of Latin American Rights and Security at the Center for International Policy.

A look at China Premier Li\'s Latin America visit from the Washington think tank perspective

A look at China Premier Li\'s Latin America visit from the Washington think tank perspective

To help recap Premier Li's trip to Latin America, CCTV spoke to Laura Carlsen. Laura is the Americas Program Director of Latin American Rights and Security at the Center for International Policy