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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

iadb news
IDB helps thousands of SMEs from the region to do business with China

3,000 business meetings were held at the China-LAC Business Summit

The main goal of the 10th China-LAC Business Summit, recently organized by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), was to support Latin American and Caribbean small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with expanding their trade ties with China. Through these forums, the Bank has over the years enabled thousands of SMEs to penetrate the Chinese market, promoting knowledge exchange and business making.
Trade between China and the region amounts to $250 billion and has grown nine times in the last decade. China is the second largest trading partner in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), according to an IDB study and the Chinese demand for the region’s products is expected grow in the medium and long-term.
The President of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay Tabaré Vazquez, the Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao, the CEO of the Inter-American Investment Corporation of the IDB Group James Scriven, and other senior Chinese government officials joined in the opening ceremony. It is the first time that a head of state participates in this meeting.
"The IDB Group is a gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean. We have the expertise and local presence, and we have a track record of success, including with channeling resources from China effectively", said Scriven during his speech.
Since the first summit in 2010, the IDB has organized more than 10,000 business to business (B2B) meetings between Chinese and Latin American companies. More than 3,000 bilateral business meetings took place in this latest edition of the event held in Tangshan, in the North West part of the country. LAC employers also had a chance to meet with each other and explore opportunities to join forces and access new markets.
"China is a very attractive market, but it is expensive to travel here and a SME like mine has many barriers such as language and culture. The IDB allows us to establish first level contacts that, in other circumstances, would never happen", said Dario Pisani, at the Argentine Trade Facilitation Group.
"The more than 3,000 bilateral business meetings, organized in sectors as diverse as software, fish exports and renewable energy, reflect the enormous potential in terms of product diversification, markets and businesses in our region’s trade with the Asian giant", said Fabrizio Opertti, Chief of the Bank’s Trade and Investment Division.
Renewable energy and infrastructure were the highlights of the agenda. China is the largest investor in renewable energy, responsible for more than 60 percent of total investments in the energy sector. And, at the same time, China is also the world leader in infrastructure and its companies consider investing in LAC a priority.
Chinese companies, such as Envision, led by Mexican entrepreneur Rafael Valdéz in LAC, have been investing consistently in the region, especially in high impact renewable energy projects that can contribute to sustainable development.
The IDB channels its support to SMEs through ConnectAmericas , the first business social network of the Americas, a project led by the Bank’s Trade and Investment Division.
The next edition of the summit will be held in November 2017, in Punta del Este, Uruguay. A high turnout of Chinese entrepreneurs is expected and the IDB will continue to support the region to strengthen trade and investment with China.
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Latin American and Caribbean exports to China increased by 30 percent in 2017


Exports from Latin America and the Caribbean have increased by around 13 percent in 2017 and are nearing the $985 billion mark. This sharp acceleration contrasts with the 3.3-percent drop of 2016, according to “Trade Trend Estimates for Latin America and the Caribbean ,” a new report published by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
The main explanation for this growth is the recovery in exports to China, which are up by 30 percent, and to the United States, which grew by 10 percent. These two destination markets accounted for two-thirds of total growth. The 12-percent increase in intraregional flows also contributed significantly to the region’s trade performance.
Exports from the region grew more than total global exports, which saw a year-on-year variation of 9.7 percent between January and September this year. This is mainly because recovering prices benefited the region relatively more than the rest of the world, on average. For example, the price of iron increased by 26.9 percent and that of petroleum by 23.5 percent year-on-year between January and November 2017.
“China’s purchases from the region were the most dynamic, as they largely entailed raw materials, which saw a strong upward trend,” said Paolo Giordano, principal economist at the IDB’s Trade and Integration Sector, who coordinated the report. “Overall export volumes increased by 4 percent, which marks the end of a long period of stagnation. However, growth was concentrated in a handful of countries.”
At the subregional level, the report  indicates that exports accelerated more sharply in South America, which saw a 16-percent increase in 2017, in contrast with the 4.5-percent drop of 2016. Growth rates were highest in Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, and Ecuador. Exports to China and the United States, which grew by 30 percent and 18 percent, respectively, were the most dynamic and explained nearly half of all growth.
The Caribbean’s exports grew by 11 percent, a stark contrast with the 17.6-percent contraction of 2016. Exports from Mexico (10 percent) and Central America (6 percent) also showed moderate growth.
The increase in demand from Asia particularly benefited South American exports and to a lesser extent the Caribbean´s. The United States’ external purchases fueled growth in exports from Mexico and some countries in Central America. The recovery in intraregional demand was particularly strong for economies in South America and the Caribbean.
“To consolidate this incipient recovery in regional exports, there is a need to clear up uncertainties around the growth of the Chinese economy, the acceleration of the economic recovery in Latin America, and the results of market access negotiations that are currently underway with the United States and the European Union,” Giordano said.
The report includes detailed estimations for 26 countries in the region.

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