All the very latest news, opinion, analysis and regional developments from across the emerging Silk Road trade corridors. Opinion & Analysis A New Silk Road (The New Yorker) Belt & Road: The Projects (South China Morning Post) China’s Digital Economy – The Shape Of Things To Come (China Briefing) Belt & Road Miracles In Numbers[…..]
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Under the Belt and Road Initiative, China is set on exporting its labor and construction expertise across South-East Asia, the Eurasian land mass, and further afield into the EU, Africa, and South America.
The British government’s support for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is evidenced by the fact that David Cameron, the British Prime Minister until last year, has taken a position managing a private US$1 billion bilateral BRI themed investment fund.
All the very latest in Belt & Road opinion, analysis and regional infrastructure developments Opinion & Analysis One Belt, One Road & One Big Competition (The Diplomat) From The Treasure Fleet To One Belt One Road (Counter Punch) Belt Road Initiative To Boost China’s Regional Trade (The News) Is China’s Belt & Road Initiative The[…..]
All the latest opinion, analysis and regional infrastructure developments Central Asia Special Issue China Goes On Logistics Buying Spree To Support New Silk Road (Financial Times) Recent Developments In Central Asia Open New Perspectives For Europe (Astana Times) On The Road To The Black Sea – China In Central Asia (Georgia Today) India & China[…..]
The Central Asian states of Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Pakistan have formed a new C5+1 group to contain terrorism, and to help introduce stability, infrastructure, and supply chains into Afghanistan.
China and the UK are planning a RMB10 billion joint investment fund, to focus on areas such as infrastructure, agriculture, and hi-tech industries.
The tender process for the controversial Belgrade-Budapest high speed rail for the Hungarian section has just been released by Hungarian State Railways. Interested parties have until January 19 to submit their applications.
The very latest Silk Road opinion, analysis, legal studies and regional infrastructure development news Opinion & Analysis Xi’s One Belt One Rad – A Plan Too Big To Fail? (The Diplomat) Why Trump Is Key To Turning On Flow Of Capital (Finance Asia) China’s Maritime Silk Road Starts a Wave Of Bandwagon Jumping (South China[…..]