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    China’s Belt & Road And Beyond – December 13 2021

    Compiled By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion China’s Futuristic Outbound Development Strategy (China Briefing) China Belt And Road Study: CRBI Will Become An Incubator For Future Transportation Nodes (Research & Markets) China Joins The World Logistics Passport (Silk Road Briefing) Recalibrating The Belt And Road Initiative Amidst Deep Uncertainties (Rand) Commercial Investments In The Beijing[…..]

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    China’s New Nicaragua Ties Give Beijing Another Footprint In Central America

    Move To Recognize Beijing Raises Regional Funding Questions For Washington’s ‘Build Back Better World’ By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Nicaragua’s decision to recognize China, establish diplomatic ties with it, and cease its relations with Taiwan give Beijing another foothold in Latin and Central America. With Nicaragua almost certain to sign a Belt and Road MoU with China,[…..]

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    China Joins The World Logistics Passport Network

    Several prominent Chinese businesses and trade platforms have joined the World Logistics Passport network, with Memorandum of Understanding being signed with China’s State-owned Fujian Port Group, which joins the freight loyalty program as a Partner. The WLP has also agreed to join the Chinese Silk Road Maritime Alliance and will provide Chinese businesses with faster and[…..]

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    China’s Outbound Investment Strategy Changes As The Belt And Road Initiative Becomes Futuristic

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis The Chinese invested Colombo Port City and Electric Air Mobility vehicles are showing the way ahead as the Belt and Road Initiative goes new hi-tech  The modus operandi for Chinese outbound investment has seen a maturing approach as the country expands its strategic development plans and focuses on the ‘dual circulation’ strategy,[…..]

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    China’s Belt & Road And Beyond – December 6 2021

    Compiled By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion Transatlantic Tools: Harmonizing US And EU Approaches To China (RHG) Challenging The BRI: Why The US And EU Are Pitching An Alternative To Chinese Hidden Debts (The Week) Building Bridges: The West Finally Gets To Work (CEPA) Cumulative Value Of Trade Between China And BRI Countries Reaches US$14.4[…..]

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    China Pledges US$40 Billion In Multiple Infrastructure Projects For Africa

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Wide ranging nine-point development plans showcase significant trade opportunities The 2021 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) has concluded, with China continuing its commit to the African continent in both trade and the potential for additional infrastructure loans. With Chinese President Xi Jinping appearing by video, his speech to the forum included a number[…..]

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    The Financial Structuring Behind The EU’s €300 billion ‘Global Gateway’ Belt And Road Competitor

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis  It remains something of an enigma that following all the criticism of China’s outbound investments following the start of the Belt and Road Initiative in 2012, that now both the EU and US have decided that investing in overseas infrastructure projects is a good thing after all. That has reached zenith today[…..]

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    Organisation of Turkic States Rebranded With Intention To Balance Central Asian Politics

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis  Renewed Turkic regional emphasis will be of concern to China, Russia, the EU and United States depending on which way Ankara decides to point The Turkic Council has rebranded itself as the Organization of Turkic States, (OTS) with members Turkey, which is home to its general secretariat in Istanbul,  Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan,[…..]

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    How China Made Inroads Into The British Commonwealth

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis With Barbados becoming a Republic, China is now financing a long-time British trade asset, but solutions are at hand for London  With Barbados becoming a Republic yesterday, simultaneously removing the Queen as head of state and forming its own, Barbadian legislature, the repercussions for British influence amongst its Commonwealth are rightly being questioned. This[…..]

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    Africa Looks To Expand Its Cooperation With China As 2021 Trade Increases 38.2%.

    By Chris Devonshire-Ellis The 8th Forum On China-Africa Cooperation Is Taking Place In Dakar The eighth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) is currently taking place in Dakar, Senegal, both today (Monday) and tomorrow.

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