China in Latin America: The US Loses its “Backyard” – By Internationalist 360

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China formally invited Latin America to participate in the Belt and Road Initiative in January 2018, during its meeting with the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Santiago, Chile, where the Chinese and Venezuelan chancellors shook hands. Since then, 16 countries in the region have expressed their intention to be part of this trade connection project and have signed agreements to do so.

In addition to Venezuela, which is Beijing’s strategic ally in the construction of the multipolar world, Panama, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Antigua and Barbuda, Costa Rica, Chile and Guyana have also signed trade agreements.

The global scale plan that began in 2013 with President Xi Jinping’s public announcement, envisages the strengthening of infrastructure, trade and investment between the Asian giant and approximately 65 countries, comprising 62% of the world’s population and 75% of the world’s known energy reserves.

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  • Trevor  On April 27, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    China is strategically building military outposts and bases around the world to checkmate Babylon America.

    Chiney man own almost all of the large commercial buildings here in GT. The 12 storey hotel that Badal is constructing is money loaned from Chinese investors. Chiney man ain’t schupid; he planning a way to defeat America.

    But what do you prefer? Racist American women who would rather be amorous with her pet dog while spewing hate against men, or a loyal Asian woman who treats her man like a King?

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