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26 June 2012
Chinese Premier Will Deliver Lecture on Chinese-Latin American Relations in ECLAC
Wen Jiabao will be welcomed by the Executive Secretary of ECLAC, Alicia Bárcena.
24 May 2012
Industrial Upgrading Is Key to Economies' Competitiveness and Development
Justin Lin was welcomed by the Deputy Executive Secretary of this United Nations regional commission Antonio Prado.
10 June 2011
Latin America and the Caribbean Can Step Up the Quality of Its Relationship with China
Vice-President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping, visited the headquarters of the United Nations agency in Santiago, Chile.
1 June 2011
Vice-President of the People's Republic of China Will Deliver a Lecture in ECLAC
Xi Jinping will talk about the Chinese-Latin American relations. He will be received by Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the Commission.
19 April 2011
Researchers Analyse Changes in Latin American Middle Class and the "China Effect" on Exports
The publication also tackles topics including the transmission of interest rates in two Caribbean countries and commodity prices in the region.
27 October 2010
Productive Innovation and Integration with Asia: Priorities for Latin American Pacific Basin Countries
ECLAC Executive Secretary Alicia Bárcena presented two documents with policy recommendations in these areas.
3 September 2010
Regional Exports Expected to Rise 21.4% in 2010
According to the study Latin America and the Caribbean in the World Economy 2009-2010, the expansion of trade over the past decade was due more to prices than to value added.
13 April 2010
China to Become the Region's Second Export Market Midway Through the Next Decade
Making the most of opportunities in trade and investment with this strategic partner requires concerted efforts at a regional level, states ECLAC.