Chinese Eyeing Cheap Assets in Latin America Amid Crisis

Foreign investors are eyeing sectors ranging from Brazilian healthcare to Argentine power transmission projects. Asian companies, many with links to the Chinese government, top the list, ready to expand their presence in the "backyard of the United States".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chinese companies and Canadian pension funds are eyeing Latin America for cheap assets and aiming to expedite expansion in the region's largest sectors after the worst recession in over a century.

Foreign investors are eyeing sectors ranging from Brazilian healthcare to Argentine power transmission projects. Asian companies, many with links to the Chinese government, top the list, ready to Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?