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Chinese Investment in South America

  • Xiuping Zhang
  • Bruce P. Corrie
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Abstract

In the process of China’s “go-out strategy”, China continue to increase foreign investment. The Middle East, central Asia, Africa are the main investment districts, because South America is distant, the investment to there is comparatively less than other place. However, in recent years, China has put more strength to South America. The investment to the South American market has been significantly increased; Greely group, Geely automobile, etc. have been entering to the market of the South America.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Management SchoolMinzu University of ChinaBeijingChina
  2. 2.Concordia UniversitySaint PaulUSA

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