Has China's Latin American gold rush gone bust?

China whetted Latin America’s appetite in 2004 with promises to invest billions in the region. Two years on and the lag in paid-in investment has caused some to question China’s commitment. But for legal counsel involved in the gold rush, argues Richard Malish of Allen & Overy LLP, the opportunities appear stronger than ever.

China whetted Latin America’s appetite in 2004 with promises to invest billions in the region. Two years on and the lag in paid-in investment has caused some to question China’s commitment. But for legal counsel involved in the gold rush, argues Richard Malish of Allen & Overy LLP, the opportunities appear stronger than ever.

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Latin Lawyer – GRR Live 2nd Annual Restructuring Summit

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Latin Lawyer 4th Annual Labour & Employment Conference

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Construction 2016

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Massami Uyeda Junior and Rodrigo de Mello Motta

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Peru

Claudia Lucena, Isabel Lira Miro Quesada, Daniel Corzo Simons and Luis Paz Maury

Miranda & Amado Abogados

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How to Build Up a Region: Development Banks and Multilateral Financing

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