Podcast: Claudia Trevisan on China's Influence in Latin America

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Episode Guests
  • Elizabeth C. Economy
    Senior Fellow for China Studies

Show Notes

From São Paulo to Quito, Chinese investment has exploded across Latin America over the last two decades. China now rivals the United States as a leading economic power in the region. Yet China’s economic importance has not translated into a significant expansion of its influence over the region’s media and civil society. Tune in as Claudia Trevisan, executive director of the Brazil-China Business Council, shares her on the ground perspective on China’s influence across Latin America with Elizabeth Economy, Senior Fellow for China Studies at CFR and the Hoover Institution.


Click here to read Claudia Trevisan’s full paper on this topic.

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