Silk Road Development Weekly
- China’s New Silk Road Route: OBOR, The Long & Winding Road (PwC)
- Can OBOR Be Made To Work For Countries Other Than China? (The Wire)
- How Japan, India And The TPP Could Challenge China In Asia (The Asset)
- China’s OBOR Makes Marshall Plan Look Tiny (Value Walk)
- Vietnam Convergence On Belt & Road Infrastructure Projects (HKTDC)
- Nepal Signs Mega Hydropower Deal With China (The Hindu)
- Belt Road Potential Real Estate Boost (Nikkei Asian Review)
- Khorgos, Where East Meets West (Belt Road Portal)
- One Belt One Road & Africa (Tralac)
- Was Skipping OBOR The Right Move? (New Indian Express)
- Over-Reliance On OBOR Has Left China In A State Of Flux (First Post)
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