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China-Latin America Trade Up

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at a China-Colombia Business Summit in Shanghai on May 11, 2012. (Photo: Cesar Carrion/SIG)


Trade between
China and Latin America jumps 32 percent led by Brazil and Mexico.

 

BY LBC STAFF

 

China’s trade with Latin America increased 32.3 percent last year to $236.6 billion, according to data from the International Monetary Fund.

 

Chinese exports grew 33.7 percent to $118.4 billion, while imports increased 31 percent to $118.2 billion.

 

China’s trade with Brazil, its top partner in Latin America, grew 35.2 percent to $84.5 billion. Exports jumped 30.2 percent to $31.9 billion, while imports grew 38.4 percent to $52.6 billion.

 

 

CHART: China-Latin America Trade 2011

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