Digging in, branching out
As China’s interest in the region both deepens and broadens, it is finding law firms increasingly indispensable.
The story elsewhere in Latin America is similar. Brazil recorded a staggering US$48 billion of Chinese investment between 2010 and 2016, up from US$255 million during the nine years prior.
Exchange programmes, in which Latin Americans undertake a secondment in China and vice versa, are expected to rise in popularity. “Brazil has had a lot of investment from the US, Japan and Europe, and we have seen them send a lot of bright young people here to develop their career. I suspect the Chinese will do the same,” says Veirano Advogados partner Pedro Freitas.
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