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SinoLatin Capital Explains Why China Needs Latin America

Erik Bethel, Managing Partner of SinoLatin Capital addressed the SuperReturn Latin America Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference March 06, 2013 10:00 AM Eastern Time  RIO DE JANEIRO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Erik Bethel, Managing Partner of SinoLatin Capital an investment firm focused on natural resource transactions between China and Latin America, addressed the 3rd Annual SuperReturn Latin America Private [&hellip + More

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How Strategically Important is Latin America for China

China’s ambassador to Chile, Yang Wanming, told newspaper China Daily that the Asian nation should look to Latin America to make up for declining demand from developed markets. Chinese exports to the region grew 12 to 15 percent last year, and it “is now a strategically important market,” he said. How significant is Latin America [&hellip + More

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BID selecciona a tres fondos para impulsar negocios con AL

Published by El Economista Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), Darby Private Equity, y SinoLatin Investment Advisors (SLIA) fueron seleccionados para administrar una plataforma de inversiones para América Latina y el Caribe, que está siendo desarrollada por el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) con el Export-Import Bank de China (China Eximbank) + More

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Latin America Has What China Needs

SinoLatin Capital’s Managing Partner, Erik Bethel Speaks at the Leading International Mining Investment Event 2012 Mines and Money Beijing Conference BEIJING–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mr. Erik Bethel, Managing Partner of SinoLatin Capital, the premier investment platform between China and Latin America focused on natural resources and commodities, spoke at the 2012 Mines and Money Beijing Conference, June 19-21st, [&hellip + More


China Eyes LatAm Agribusiness – SinoLatin in Financial Times

Published by Financial Times What do Peruvian fishmeal, Chilean wine and Brazilian soy beans have in common? They’re all on China’s shopping list as the nation of 1.3bn people steps up its agribusiness acquisitions and investments overseas to overcome considerable supply constraints at home. “Obviously Chinese agribusiness investments will never have the impact of oil [&hellip + More