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China: A Helping Hand for Latin America?

Javier Santiso ()

No 23, OECD Development Centre Policy Insights from OECD Publishing

Abstract: China’s trade impact on Latin America is positive via an export boom and indirectly better terms of trade. Its emergence is also a wake up call for the region: more reforms are needed, especially in infrastructure, in order to maintain Latin America’s comparative advantage. The Chinese windfall brings risks of exclusion in a “raw materials corner” out of global value chains.

Date: 2006-06-01
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