Chile warms up to China

“Chinese investment is going to start growing strongly”

Cristian Rodriguez Chiffelle

Cristian Rodriguez Chiffelle, a director with InvestChile, discusses with the Financial Times the arrival of 200 Chinese-made Yutong electric buses in Santiago – giving Chile’s capital the second largest fleet of electric buses in the world. Tianqi Lithium earlier purchased a 24% stake in SQM, a Chilean lithium miner for $4 billion – with Alibaba and State Grid also set to close Chilean deals this year.

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