The 9th Infoforum-China conference in Shanghai this year explored “One Belt One Road: Cooperation in Digital Economy and Information Security”.
The European Commission has released a report “Connecting Europe and Asia – Building blocks for an EU Strategy” to counter the Belt and Road Initiative.
All the latest from the Belt and Road and beyond. Compiled by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis and Opinion One Belt One Road – Implications For Connectivity And Regional Trade: Forecast To 2030 (Report Linker) Even Though Big Numbers, Funds For The One Belt One Road Initiative Means Equivilent Of 1% Of China’s GDP (The Corner) New[…..]
A 30 minute interview with Chris Devonshire-Ellis covering China’s Belt and Road, including how foreign investors can profit from it.
All the latest from the Belt and Road and beyond. Compiled by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion China’s Belt & Road Investment Hits High As Overall FDI Falls (Asia Nikkei) China’s Belt & Road Initiative Is Rooted In The Desire To Extend The Benefits Of Its Great Development Story (South China Morning Post) China Opens[…..]
Changes due to global warming will usher in new technologies to deal with altered regional landscapes, with implications for the Belt and Road Initiative, participating countries, and China’s infrastructure investments.
In this issue: Trade Reforms, De-Dollarization, Africa, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Dubai, India, Italy, Middle East, Myanmar, Nuie, Russia, Pakistan, Turkey, Vietnam.
Although most EU infrastructure projects are undertaken by EU-based contractors, a small but increasing number of big projects have been won by Chinese contractors.
Macedonia’s decision not to change its name to North Macedonia shows that Brussels has underestimated the region, its history, culture, and politics.
All the latest news and opinion from the Belt and Road and beyond.