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.
This article identifies the larger multilateral, bilateral, and national players funding BRI projects, and provides an overview of how Chinese and other national domestic financial houses are becoming involved.
Compiled By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion China’s Belt & Road Initiative, From The Inside Looking Out (Lowy Institute) A Mackinder-Mahan Geopolitical View Of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (RUSI) Belt & Road Initiative Offers US$4-5 Trillion In Business Opportunities (The Star) The Myths Surrounding China’s Belt & Road Initiative (Arabian Business) WEF To Launch[…..]
The South African businessman Iqbal Surve is to head up a new Belt & Road Africa Fund, financed by China. The fund was officially launched at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) Summer Davos Meeting, which is currently underway in Dalian. Surve is the Chairman of South Africa’s Sekunjalo Group, a VC firm that also[…..]
Op/Ed By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Obtaining Chinese capital for overseas investment projects has proved to be a mixed bag – Beijing keeps a tight lid on the procedures concerning the transfer of Chinese capital overseas. Our firm is often asked to assist with the sourcing of capital from China, and with the needs of the Belt[…..]
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Foreign Investment Opportunities Now Extend Far Into North-East Russia With Chinese President Xi Jinping effectively taking on the mantle of regional “Chairman” and Russia’s Vladimir Putin now the “President”, it is clear who is now the senior partner in the China-Russia axis. That titular shift, announced at SPIEF just last month,[…..]
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China’s Kashgar Xinyu Dadi Mining Investment Company, based in China’s Far West Xinjiang Province, have agreed to develop the major Yakchilva deposit, which is situated in the remote Murghab region of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province high in the Pamir Mountains.
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis The Developing 2020 Belt & Road Infrastructure Procurement Export Market China’s Belt & Road Initiative has been taking up an increasing share of China’s exports, which in light of the improved China Procurement situation coming into play next year as a result of changes to China’s Foreign Investment Law, (FIL) means[…..]