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Uruguay-China FTA negotiations raise tensions over Mercosur’s future
The recent Mercosur summit revealed strains in the bloc. As Uruguay moves for a free trade agreement with China, other members discuss consequences and call for unityRead on Diálogo Chino
Shipping industry prepares for a future powered by sustainable fuels
Ammonia, methanol and hydrogen are being pursued as cleaner fuels to drive shipping’s decarbonisation. But barriers remain to their upscaling, with trade-offs to consider.Read on China Dialogue Ocean
Are offshore wind farms the future of energy in Latin America?
Colombia and Brazil target Latin America’s first offshore wind projects. Regulation and finance are needed to realise the region’s high potentialRead on Diálogo Chino
Elizabeth Mrema: ‘A lot still has to be done for a biodiversity agreement’
With COP15 looming, the executive secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity tells China Dialogue Ocean of the next steps for the new global agreement on biodiversityRead on China Dialogue Ocean
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