China, Latin America, and the global economy : economic, historical, and national issues / Aaron Schneider, Alessandro Golombiewski Teixeira, editors.

"This book seeks offers accounts of the ways in which Chinese engagement with Latin America will shape the regional and global order with impacts for development, peace, and equity. It also pays close attention to the traditional role played by the USA in the region, how China differs, and the...

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Other Authors: Schneider, Aaron, 1971- (Editor), Teixeira, Alessandro (Editor)
Format: Electronic
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2023]
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Introduction (Alessandro Teixeira and Aaron Schneider)
  • Part I. Sectoral and Historical Issues. Chapter 2. History: The Long Trajectory of a Relationship Yet to be Fulfilled (Rafael R. Ioris and Marco Cepik)
  • Chapter 3. Chinese Economic Policy: Internationalization in LAC and Future Perspectives (Mathilde Closset, Cecilia Plottier and Zebulun Kreiter). Chapter 4. Chinese Economic Development: Impact on LAC countries (Menghuai Xiang and Mingyuan Li)
  • Chapter 5. Chinese Foreign Policy: Context, Decision, and Implementation (Marco Cepik and Cui Shoujun)
  • Chapter 6. Infrastructure: The Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America (Alessandro Teixeira and Nicolas Azocar)
  • Chapter 7. Trade: Competition or Complementarity? (Alessandro Teixeira, Wenying Chen, and Zhengyu Jiang)
  • Chapter 8. Geopolitics: China, US, and Latin America - Conflict, Competition, or Collaboration? (Louis W. Goodman and Aaron Schneider)
  • Part II. Regional and National Questions
  • Chapter 9. Central America (Aaron Schneider and Henrique Estides Delgado)
  • Chapter 10. The Mexico-Queretaro Train, Dragon Mart, and the Ups and Downs of the Mexico-China Trade Relation (Luz Maria Gallardo Castro and Juan Carlos Morales Marcucci)
  • Chapter11. Sino-Brazilian Relations (Jorge Arbache and Gabriel Condi)
  • Chapter 12. A Comparative View of Chinese Relations with Peru (Alvin Camba and Victoria Chonn Ching).