COPYRIGHT YEAR

2014

AUTHORS

R. Evan Ellis

TITLE

Natural Resource Development—Petroleum, Mining, and Agriculture

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In terms of the dollar volume of mergers and acquisitions and future investment commitments, extractive sectors, including petroleum, mining, and agriculture, are arguably where Chinese companies have most focused efforts that are building their physical presence in Latin America. It is also the area in which potential for resistance to and complications with that presence have been greatest, including the approval of large-scale mergers and acquisitions and objections from environmentalists, local communities, indigenous groups and other affected parties. Chinese engagement in the extractive sectors also generates potential for a range of difficulties with the projects in the implementation stage, from relations with local labor forces and actions by the governments on whose territories they are operating, to security issues, given that the areas in which such activities occur are often remote, and put the Chinese operators in contact with a combination of local peoples, criminal elements, and sometimes insurgents who live and operate there.

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