Chinese investment flocks to Argentina

Al Jazeera speaks to a Chinese shopkeeper on why he now calls Buenos Aires home.

    Argentina is one of China's new investment frontiers.

    China's investments in Argentina are mostly in the oil and gas sector, but there are also six thousand Chinese-owned general stores.

    Al Jazeera met one Chinese shopkeeper and asked why he now calls Buenos Aires home.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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