Founding Partner of SinoLatin Capital and current President of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM), Rafael Valdez, was invited to participate at the Infrastructure Seminar organized by ProMexico, Banobras, and CDB that took place at the Shanghai Expo on August 3rd.
The Seminar was held to present the most important infrastructure projects for the year 2010 in Mexico. The 100 projects are open for bid to both public and private companies, and are expected to attract an estimated of US$50 billion in investments.
Valdez was part of a selected group of representatives from the Mexican business sector which, along senior government officials from Mexico, shared their perspectives on opportunities between Mexico and China with the attendees.
Mexican Reforma interviewed Valdez, who pointed out China's increasing need for copper and soybeans, which represent an area of potential cooperation between the Latin American and the Asian countries. "The Chinese are not looking investments with high returns but projects that a strategic approach," Valdez told Reforma.
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