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China Seizes Opportunities in Latin America

China has big plans for Latin America—plans that seem to reflect China itself: massive and ambitious.

There are plans for a $10 billion, 3,300-mile-long transcontinental railroad snaking through the jungles of the Amazon river basin and over the highest mountain range in Latin America, linking the Atlantic shore to the Pacific. 879 more words

Trade & Development

It's nice but not easy

Being a swimmer is a lifestyle not only for the swimmer but also for the parents and often the rest of the family.

The training routine determines when I child needs to be brought to training. 269 more words

Swimming

India Looks to Boost Access to Latin America, Eyes $100 bn in Trade

In a bid to ease hurdles and open up access to new frontiers, the government aims to enhance connectivity with Latin American (LatAm) countries — a move which will ease the long-standing demand of various nations. 469 more words

Trade & Development

Etang du Korong

The vast lake at Glomel is an inland paradise for all manner of wildlife and has a lovely sandy beach from where you can hire canoes and sailboats or simply enjoy dipping your toes! 66 more words

Tourism

Will Latin America Regain Prosperity in 2017?

Developments in the United States and China will impact Mexico and South America differently, experts say.

Latin America’s major nations are hoping that 2017 will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices. 1,799 more words

LAC

Brazil Sets Record Trade Surplus of $48 Billion

Brazil’s trade surplus soared to a record U.S. 47.69 billion, the country’s trade ministry’s statistics revealed on Monday.

Amid political turmoil, a recession and a weaker real, exports boomed as imports were slashed in 2016. 265 more words

Trade & Development