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  1. Dominica and China have signed a new US$300 million cooperation agreement that includes the construction of a hotel, construction of an international airport and building a new hospital.

    img » http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/assets/10257484/Dominica-MOU.jpg
    http://www.caribbean360.com/business/1088863.html#axzz2mcs3y33D
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2013-12-05)
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  2. China prometió invertir más de 20.000 millones de dólares en el sector petrolero y social venezolano, este domingo, durante la primera visita del presidente Nicolás Maduro a la nación asiática, para ratificar la relación estratégica que mantienen ambos países. Durante el encuentro entre Maduro, varios ministros venezolanos y el mandatario asiático, Xi Jinping, la estatal Petróleos de Venezuela ( Pdvsa ) y la compañía la china CNPC acordaron el desarrollo de un nuevo proyecto en el bloque Junín 10 de la Faja del Orinoco para producir 220.000 barriles diarios con una inversión de 14.000 millones de dólares, escribió el ministro de Petróleo y Minería, Rafael Ramírez.

    img » http://www.minci.gob.ve/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/001_FB__4955_P-300x200.jpg
    http://www.elmundo.com.ve/noticias/ec...-china-alcanzan--20-000-millones.aspx
    Tags: , , , por simanaki (2013-09-23)
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  3. Invertir 14.000 millones de dólares para desarrollar el campo petrolero Junín 1 ubicado en la Faja Petrolífera del Orinoco (FPO) acordaron este martes la empresa estatal China Petroleum and Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) y Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. ( Pdvsa ) informó el ministro de Petróleo y Minería y presidente de la estatal, Rafael Ramírez Carreño

    img » http://www.noticiascentro.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Rafael-Ramirez-01-UN-e1335278986736.jpg
    http://www.elmundo.com.ve/noticias/pe...inopec-invertiran--14-000-millon.aspx
    Tags: , , , , por simanaki (2013-09-19)
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  4. He said the 33-month project would involve installation of 4,851 solar street lights across the country, and that Beijing would be providing 2,500 of those lights.
    http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130919/business/business3.html
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  5. El proyecto del canal de Nicaragua consiste en una vía húmeda más amplia que la de Panamá, que uniría los océanos Pacífico y Atlántico, incluiría un ferrocarril, un oleoducto, dos puertos de aguas profundas, dos aeropuertos y zonas francas, a un costo de US$40.000 millones, según datos del Gobierno.

    El grupo de expertos se encuentra desde el 19 de agosto pasado en Nicaragua y está analizando la información que ya obtuvieron las otras firmas que trabajan en el proyecto: MEC Mining (Mining Engineering Consultants), de Australia; SBE (Studiebureau voor Bouwkunde en Expertises), de Bélgica; y ERN (Environmental Resources Management, ERN), de Reino Unido, según Pro-Nicaragua.

    img » http://www.americaeconomia.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/foto_nota/nicaragua_19.jpg
    http://www.americaeconomia.com/node/99932
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2013-09-03)
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  6. China’s State Oceanic Administration (SOA) is being sued for allowing US oil major ConocoPhillips to resume production after spills off northern China in 2011.

    It is rare for a Chinese official agency to face court action from another government-backed entity.

    The spills in June 2011 at the offshore Penglai field, jointly developed by ConocoPhillips and state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation, allowed more than 3,000 barrels of oil and oil-based mud – used as a lubricant in drilling – to vent into Bohai Bay.

    imag » http://www.scmp.com/sites/default/files/styles/486x302/public/2013/08/05/china_oil.jpg
    http://www.scmp.com/news/china/articl...er-oil-production-spill-hit-bohai-bay
    Tags: , , , por simanaki (2013-08-05)
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  7. NICARAGUA is ploughing ahead with a plan to dig a Chinese-funded rival to the Panama Canal across the midriff of the country, fast-tracking a proposal through the ruling party-controlled congress despite a lack of details about the US$40 billion project. A China-based consortium says it will finance the project and turn over control of the infrastructure to Nicaragua in exchange for a majority of the earnings, which it would share with the Nicaraguan government.
    http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/busine...ese-being-fast-tracked--p---_14467734
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2013-06-12)
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  8. The short answer is: for simplicity’s sake. Visits to Cuba and Venezuela might well have raised distracting questions when Mr Xi meets Barack Obama in Southern California on June 7th, and neither socialist government was likely to express publicly any offence at being left off the itinerary. The beauty of having a chequebook as thick as China’s is that if you give your friends the cold shoulder, you can always mollify them with money. That may be why, on June 6th, Venezuela’s oil minister announced that he had secured an extra $4 billion from China to drill for oil, in addition to $35 billion already provided by Beijing. Not quite in the same league, but significant nonetheless, the Havana Times reported this week that China was also planning to invest in Cuban golf courses, the island’s latest fad.
    http://www.economist.com/blogs/econom...has_china_snubbed_cuba_and_venezuela_
    Tags: , , , por manuel (2013-06-07)
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  9. Luo Jun, the head of the Asian Manufacturing Association, a Chinese trade body, said at a 3D printing conference in Beijing last week that he expects revenues from products and services in the industry in China alone to grow to 10 billion yuan ($1.6 billion) within three years.
    http://qz.com/90646/chinas-plan-to-su...3d-printing-revolution-own-the-market
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  10. China will give Costa Rica a US$900 million line of credit to finance the expansion and remodelling of an oil refinery in the Central American country's Caribbean coast, the two countries announced Monday.
    http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/C...-Costa-Rica--900m-to-improve-refinery
    Tags: , , , por simanaki (2013-06-04)
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