China in the Caribbean – more to come

China’s Expanding and Evolving Engagement with the Caribbean

Chinese outward foreign direct investment (ODI) stock in the Caribbean totaled $62.1 billion in 2012, the latest year for which data are available. All but $282 million of this ODI was destined for the tax havens of the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands, which likely were not the final destinations for the vast majority of those investments

Chinese Port Projects in the Caribbean section shows long term  investment for the future


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9 thoughts on “China in the Caribbean – more to come

  1. ADMIN

    The shifting tides in Caribbean international relations: Jamaica, China and the United States
    By Scott B. MacDonald / December 19, 2019

    Chinese investment in Jamaica and region growing

    China says US criticisms of investments in Jamaica groundless
    Senior staff reporter

    Thursday, January 23, 2020

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    Jamaica selling out its paradise
    Wendy Townsend
    Updated 12:01 PM EDT, Wed July 2, 2014

    China Extends Reach in the Caribbean, Unsettling the U.S.
    The region has strategic importance as a hub for logistics, banking and commerce. It is also very close to the United States.

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    Jamaica has China to thank for much-needed infrastructure — but some locals say it has come at a price
    CBC News travels to Jamaica to see the impact of China’s foray into the Caribbean

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    Chinese Military Bases in The Caribbean?
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