Foreign Investment

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang begins an eight day trip to South America today, landing in Brazil with a promise of some $50 billion in Chinese investments in Brazilian infrastructure. 

Brazil is up for sale, and bargain-hunters from Sam Zell to Stephen Schwarzman are looking for deals.

The leaders of Chile, Peru and Mexico used their time in Beijing to push for greater Chinese investment back home.

Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies passed a bill yesterday that updates the country’s 47-year-old hydrocarbon law.

The Cuban Council of State called an extraordinary session of the National Assembly in order to debate and approve a new foreign investment law on Saturday, March 29, the state-run Granma newspaper announced Wednesday.



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