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Chinese investment flocks to Argentina

Al Jazeera speaks to a Chinese shopkeeper on why he now calls Buenos Aires home.
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2013 16:20

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.

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