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Finding an upside for Latin America in China's slowdown

The Ferro Carajas mine, the world's largest iron mine, is operated by Brazil's Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, in the Carajas National Forest in Parauapebas, Para State.

The economic relationship between China and Latin America has deepened and intensified over the last decade. While China's economic slowdown is now causing pain in Latin America, the region could yet turn this into a development opportunity.

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