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The president of the Uruguay-China Chamber of Commerce spoke with The Observer about the drop in exports to the Asian country, the opportunities that Uruguay should take advantage of for its development and the possibility that the train of another FTA escapes
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December 18, 2022 at 05:00
From the first time that the president of the Uruguay-China Chamber of Commerce, Gabriel Rozman, set foot in China to the present, 45 years have passed. During that period, the Uruguayan dictatorship fell, democracy returned, the country experienced its worst financial crisis, the left came to power for the first time and the traditional parties again displaced the opposition in 2020. But one of the most important issues For Rozman, it was the commercial link that Uruguay decided to establish with the People’s Republic of China in 1988, during the first term of Julio María Sanguinetti, after breaking with the historical link with Taiwan.
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