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Exhibitors at Mexican Furniture Expo Unbowed by US Trade Threats

1 Aug 2018

While acknowledging their current reliance on their wealthy neighbour, many Mexican furniture businesses remained optimistic that their skill sets and commitment to quality would allow them open up a ...Read More


China Extends BRI Investment to Brazilian Infrastructure Programme

4 Jan 2018

Mainland-backed fund earmarks US$20 billion investment for 17,000km distant Belt and Road Initiative projects....Read More


Surge in Trade Sees China Top League of Brazil's 2017 Export Markets

25 Oct 2017

Growing demand for soybean, crude oil, beef and iron imports boosts ongoing China-Brazil trading relationship....Read More


Beach Novelties and Festival-wear to the Forefront at ASD Market Week

17 July 2017

While affordable items for the beach-bound and must-wear garments for the festival season dominated proceeding at this B2B trade show, there was also room for an array of Cuban-themed goods and a rang...Read More


Optimism and Uncertainty Stalk Mexico's Premium Gift Sector

24 Feb 2017

Exhibitors at Expo Salpro, Mexico's premier jewellery and gifts event, expressed mixed emotions, with some believing that new opportunities were opening up, while others maintaining that regional conc...Read More


Peruvian Plastics Sector Weathers Latin America's Economic Downturn

19 Dec 2016

Bolstered by growing middle class domestic demand and considerably expanded export prospects, exhibitors and buyers at this year's ExpoPlast Peru were optimistic as to a profitable future for this fle...Read More


Euro-environmental Solutions Top the Bill at Pollutec Brazil Event

6 Oct 2016

While many European companies made the 5,000 mile trip to Brazil to promote their environmental systems, Asian businesses were largely notable by their absence – a surprising occurrence given the size...Read More


Rising Civil Unrest Sees Brazil's Security Sector Set to Prosper

26 Sept 2016

Unemployment, political turmoil and growing civil unrest maybe bedevilling the wider Brazilian economy, but the situation has sparked double-digit growth in the security sector, with Chinese manufactu...Read More


Peru Textile Sector Keen to Compete with its Latin American Rivals

10 Aug 2016

Although considerably smaller than many of its neighbours in the region, Peru has a long heritage in the textile sector and is keen to make its mark as an exporter of raw materials and an up and comin...Read More


"Made in Brazil" takes on "Made in China" at São Paulo Household Show

4 Aug 2016

Buffeted by falling exchange rates, as well as continuing political and economic turbulence, a number of businesses at this year's Spring La Feria de Brasil 1-99 saw out-China-ing China as their key r...Read More


Brazil's Construction Sector Looks to Shrug Off Recessionary Worries

21 June 2016

Despite burgeoning economic woes, political turbulence and concerns over the Zika virus, Brazil's building industry showed up in buoyant form at this year's Feicon Batimat, one of Latin America's larg...Read More


Will the Rio Olympics Deliver Brazil's Much-Needed Economic Fillip?

3 June 2016

Widely criticised for its 2014 World Cup preparations, Brazil had high hopes of delivering a flawless 2016 Olympics, but have the right lessons really been learnt and is the country's troubled economy...Read More


Chinese Suppliers Brave Red Tape to Target Argentine Medical Market

6 Jan 2016

Despite off-putting import requirements, some 18 Chinese companies took the 24,500 mile round trip to exhibit at the ExpoMedical event in Buenos Aires, Argentina's largest trade show for manufacturers...Read More


Argentinian LED Importers Look for International Trade Green Light

28 Dec 2015

With a new President in office, many Argentinian businesses are looking for a relaxation in the country's restrictive international trade regime, a development that overshadowed this year's Buenos Air...Read More


South American Infrastructure Projects Vie for Belt and Road Funding

15 Dec 2015

As the terminus of the Belt and Road, South America is a key part of the mainland's ambitious scheme. Many countries in the region have vast infrastructure projects underway, but how many of these are...Read More


Hopes for Better Times After a Bad Year for Brazil's Marine Sector

20 Oct 2015

Hit by corruption allegations and excessive bureaucracy over the last 12 months, 2016 may see a new dawn for Brazil's maritime industries, at least according to a number of exhibitors and attendees at...Read More


Brazil House Fair Proves Learning Experience for Chinese Exhibitors

30 Sept 2015

A number of Chinese exhibitors failed to make the maximum impact at the recent House and Gift Fair South America, perhaps indicating that some mainland businesses need to research their target foreign...Read More


Cuban Tourism Sector Set to Boom as US Sanctions Come to an End

11 Sept 2015

After 53 years of US sanctions, Cuba is on course to regain its role as the undisputed playground of the Caribbean. This is set to inspire an inevitable rush of investments in the country's dilapidate...Read More


Brazil's Furniture Makers Vow to Go Global with Bespoke Local Designs

8 Sept 2015

Patented local designs and an increased use of sustainable materials are the two key weapons in the arsenal of the Brazilian furniture industry as it looks to go beyond its traditional markets and tar...Read More


Chinese Manufacturers Head for Brazil with Solar Market Set to Soar

27 July 2015

The Brazilian solar power market is set to be worth US$1.3 billion annually, according to exhibitors at the EnerSolar Conference. With the EU market now more tightly regulated, PRC manufacturers have ...Read More

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