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Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus to Host the China – Latin America Connection: Political Impact and Economic Trends, April 25

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Miami, April 15, 2013 - Miami Dade College ’s (MDC) School of Business and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Initiatives (CLACI) is teaming up with the University of Miami’s Center for Latin American Studies to present The China – Latin America Connection: Political Impact and Economic Trends.  The conference will take place Thursday, April 25, from 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., at the MDC’s Wolfson Campus. 

A group of experts will explore the political and economic implications of China’s growing presence in Latin America, and the overall macro-trends resulting from this increased integration.  The panel will elaborate on the regions’ growing prominence, and the influence of its collaborations.  It will also discuss the increased presence of China in the Americas and the growing relevance of South-South relationships, which also present a new outlook on hemispheric relations to the United States. 

MDC Wolfson Campus to Host The China – Latin America Connection: Political Impact and Economic Trends

  • WHEN: Thursday, Apr. 25, 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
  • WHERE: MDC Wolfson Campus, Building 8, Room 8501 300 N.E. Second Ave Miami, FL
  • COST: Free

To RSVP or to obtain more information, please contact Maite Delgado at 305-237-3733.




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