China Should Impose Tougher Checks on Genetically Modified Soy Imports

Analysis 1.3 billion Chinese people are facing critical health risks due to imports of genetically modified soybeans, including those from Argentina, the third-largest producer and exporter of soybeans. This article was published in the South China Morning Post on October 21, 2014.
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China Tackles Climate Change

Article China’s Vice-Premier Zhang Gaoli’s pledge of US$6 million to fight climate change at the United Nations Climate summit on Sept. 23 has been criticized as nothing more than symbolic. This article was published in Asia Sentinel on September 23, 2014.
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Chile and China’s copper deal

Feature Smelting high-grade copper to meet China's needs is putting pressure on Chile’s parched north. This article was published in China Dialogue on August 28, 2014.
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China’s Growing Military Sway

Analysis Notwithstanding China’s eagerness to market itself as non-threatening, the world's second military power in increasing its influence in Latin America, following Xi Jinping’s courting of the region two weeks ago. This article was published in Asia Sentinel on August 4, 2014.
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China Courts Latin America to Access Commodities

Analysis Beiing’s growing investment in infrastructure aims at cutting out the middle man and facilitating the transport of key raw materials to feed its 1.3 billion mouths and support its rapid growth.
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China Eases Way for Bilateral Trade

Analysis President Xi Jinping's visit to Argentina over the weekend has further eased access to key commodities for China, to support its thriving economy, while strengthening its influence in Latin America. This article was published in the South China Morning Post on July 21, 2014.
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