Richard Melson

June 2006

DB China Commodity

China's commodity hunger –

Implications for Africa and Latin America

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We have just issued the following publication "Current Issues":

China's commodity hunger – 
Implications for Africa and Latin America

As China will remain hungry for commodities over the coming 15 years - our
forecast model projects lower double digit demand growth rates for most
commodities - we expect especially oil and metals exporters in Latin America and
Africa to continue to benefit from surging Chinese imports. Chinese investments
in the two regions are set to increase as well. However, these economies need to
invest the commodity windfalls wisely (e.g. in human capital, infrastructure) to
promote broad economic development and a shift towards sectors that create more
value added than the pure extraction of natural resources.

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Wednesday, June 14, 2006