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W
hile the economic performance of Latin America is expected to be better this year and next compared to 2016, uncertainties and risks could get in the way of the opportunities, leaders from government, finance and international organizations concluded in a session on the economic outlook for the region at the 2017 World Economic Forum on Latin America.

Leaders at the World Economic Forum on Latin America agreed that “new global realities”, including votes in the United States and the United Kingdom, offered opportunities for the region to develop closer trade and political relations, both internally and with the rest of the world.

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China’s policy on Iranian nuclear issue: Cooperation and disagreements with the US and Russia

Mher Sahakyan, PhD.

Director, “China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic -Research” Foundation, Armenia. Nanjing University, China.

Wednesday April 19, 2017 , 10:00-12:00 ( Beijing time)

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