Infrastructure is what most of us take for granted – roads, utilities, airports, and healthcare sites, and educational facilities. In Latin America, where governments face the age-old problems of budget deficits and strained public debt markets, the trend over the past few decades has been to depend more and more on foreign investment to improve the amount and quality of such infrastructure. It is in this area that China could step into the market, especially given recent policy adoptions benefiting the infrastructure investments sector.
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