Rail freight transport between Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan totaled 950,000 tons (a growth of eight times) from January through October 2022, out of which transit traffic made up 96% ADY Express LLC, a subsidiary of Azerbaijan Railways CJSC has stated. “Modern geopolitical realities end up changing the logistics map in Eurasia and the cargo flow direction.[…..]
Friday, November 25 By Chris Devonshire-Ellis It’s gone under the radar, but the number of countries that are members of the Belt & Road Initiative playing at the FIFA 2022 World Cup Finals is nearly the same as those who are not. Game On Then! The Belt and Road Initiative Teams: 16 Argentina, Brazil*, Cameroon,[…..]
Chinese contractor’s built Qatar’s Lusail Stadium where the World Cup Final will be held, and the region’s largest Port. Qatar, host of the on-going FIFA World Cup Finals, has been a BRI member since 2014, and has aligned its Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030) national development project to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Uzbekistan exported natural gas worth US$916.7 million to China from January through October 2022, according to Uzbek national media. That is an increase of 52.5% compared to the same period last year.
Kyrgyzstan’s financial sector has enjoyed a considerable increase in revenues from January through September 2022, according to the National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyzstan. According to them, in the first 9 months of this year, Kygyz financial organizations generated about 75 billion soms (US$888.1 million), an increase of about 1.6 times greater compared to the corresponding[…..]
All the latest international news, analysis and opinion from the BRI Compiled By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion Beijing’s Expanding Soft Power – “Chinese Plans Are Not Shrouded in Mystery” (Greek City Times) China’s Neighborhood Diplomacy Under Xi’s Third Term – Analysis (Eurasia Review) West Plays A Tired, Old Tune On Matching China’s Belt and[…..]
By Contantin Duhamel With the BRICS nations in the news due to a considerable planned expansion of the bloc by another 13 nations, we look at the current intra-BRICS trade.
Video Interview with Chris Devonshire-Ellis The BRICS is expanding as new countries apply to join the economic grouping that is expected to change global financial and trade affairs in the coming years.
China has been rapidly developing its mutual ecommerce trade agreements by signing MoUs on e-commerce cooperation and establishing bilateral e-commerce cooperation mechanisms for cooperation in policy exchange, planning coordination, industry promotion, sub-national cooperation, capacity building and other fields with over 20 countries, according to MOFCOM.
All the latest international news, analysis and opinion from the BRI Compiled By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Analysis & Opinion The G7’s $600 Billion Response To China’s Belt and Road Initiative Is Here. This Is How To Make Sure It Succeeds (Atlantic Council) The New Candidate Countries For BRICS Expansion (Silk Road Briefing) After The Party Congress,[…..]