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[IWS] IADB: KOREA AND LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: STRIVING FOR A DIVERSE AND DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP [March 2015]
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KOREA AND LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: STRIVING FOR A DIVERSE AND DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIP [March 2015]
by Mesquita Moreira, Mauricio; Estevadeordal, Antoni
[full-text, 42 pages]
For Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), Asia has gone from an afterthought to a centerpiece of economic relations over the last decade. Seemingly out of nowhere, fast-growing Asian economies became major trade partners, snapping up the region's mineral and agricultural exports at a breathtaking pace, while providing a steady stream of low-cost manufactures and consumer products to its expanding domestic markets.
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