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Our Weekly Round Up Of Infrastructure Development News across the Silk Road Routes

China, Alaska Should Intensify Energy Co-operation (Sputnik)

China, US Agree 100 Day Plan (Financial Times)

China’s Asian Investment Bank Approves Thirteen New Members (China Briefing)

Russia’s Central Bank Chief Unscathed Despite Cuts (Global Finance)

Aeroflot Seals New Deal with Manchester United FC (TASS)

Russia-China Trade Boost As RMB Clearing Begins In Moscow (Russia Briefing)

Cambodia Inaugurates China-Funded National Road (OBOR Portal)

Going Regional – Singapore Investors Seize Opportunities in South-East Asia (Straits Times

Construction of China-Laos Railway Speeding Up Before Rainy Season (Xinhua)

Sri Lanka’s Role in China’s OBOR Complicated By Political Shifts (World Politics Review

CIS Foreign Ministers Hold Meeting in Tashkent (Uzbekistan Daily

15 European cities that are connected to the Chinese One Belt, One Road (OBOR) rail network (Silk Road Briefing)

 

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