Latin America not only has vast territory, rich natural resources, sufficient consumption capacity, and market potential but also has successfully promoted regional economic integration over the years. Latin American investment and trade opportunities should not be underestimated.
In the past, excessive consumption, wanton mining, indiscrete manufacturing, and careless abandonment of wastes, led to the rapid depletion of natural resources. Now, the pursuit of a circular economy, with the goal of zero waste through recycling of resources, is being implemented in an attempt to solve environmental problems.
The recent epidemic in Europe and the United States has gradually slowed down. Countries have begun to plan to gradually restart economic activities, which will help demand to recover and manufacturing activities in manufacturing will gradually increase.