China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America – What has Changed?


Source: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
Author: Professor Rhys Jenkins an economist and Professor of Development Economics at the School of International Development, University of East Anglia , Norwich. U.K.

Abstract:

When China invited the Latin American countries to participate in the Belt and Road Initiative, it fuelled expectations of a much closer and more productive relationship with the region. In practice, however, there is little evidence that this was happening even before the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. The article shows that neither the policy statements by China nor the trends in economic relations indicate a substantive change in Sino–Latin American relations and that the Belt and Road Initiative represents a repackaging of existing relations and the continuation of trends that have been underway since the global financial crisis.

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