LatAm Resilient to China Slowdown

LatAm Resilient to China Slowdown

Asia

Despite overall bullishness about growing trade links between LatAm and China continuing to drive LatAm growth, many countries in the region are not wholly dependent on it. "For the most part, countries are much more reliant on their own growth than on China's growth," says Doug Smith, economist at Standard Chartered. He explains a slowdown in China's growth means commodity prices could suffer, and there would be less reserve accumulation, but most countries are net creditors. Brazil's growth is

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