Chinese Premier seeks deals in Brazil
China's Premier Li Keqiang has begun a three-day visit to Latin American - his first official visit.
He's started in Brazil, and will travel to Colombia, Peru and Chile over the next week.
Together the four countries account for 57% of China's booming trade with Latin America. In Brazil alone, he's expected to sign infrastructure deals worth at least $50bn (£31.9bn).
South America Business Correspondent Daniel Gallas reports from Sao Paolo.
19 May 2015