Watch: Chris Devonshire-Ellis featured on “Educated Interviews” about China and the Belt and Road Initiative

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Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Chairman of Dezan Shira & Associates, and Publisher of the Asia Briefing series of titles about China, India, ASEAN, Russia & the Belt & Road, discusses the development of his firm, the practices operations in China, India, ASEAN and Russia, and how foreign investors can engage with China’s Belt & Road infrastructure projects.

The “Educated Interviews” series are conducted by Enkh Orgodol in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia.


About Us

Chris Devonshire-Ellis is the Founding Partner and Chairman of Dezan Shira & Associates, and Publisher of the Asia Briefing series of titles. He has written over 20 technical guides on conducting business in Asia and is a major academic voice concerning China’s Belt & Road Initiative. He currently lectures about this subject at the Higher School of Economics in Russia.


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