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China Stakes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region, the U.S. and Beijing

Feb 10, 2021 | Energy, Enhanced Regional Integration, Low-Carbon Economies, Oil & Gas, Renewables, Stakeholder Engagement | 0 comments

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We are pleased to present the Institute of the Americas Energy & Sustainability program’s latest report: China Stakes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region the U.S. and Beijing.

The People’s Republic of China (China) has become a major investor, lender and actor across the energy sector in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Indeed, loans and investments from China have financed an impressive array of projects in infrastructure, energy and mining. With more than $58 billion invested between 2000 and 2019, China has clearly, as our report title notes, staked a claim in LAC’s energy sector.

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