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Demystifying Debt Along China’s New Silk Road

Poster:Surya NarayananPost date:2019-03-09
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(China)
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(The Diplomat, By Sophie van der Meer) As part of the Belt and Road Initiative, the Chinese government has spent about $25 billion on infrastructure investment in partner countries, whether that is a component of a loan structure or direct foreign investment. However, observers and recipients of Chinese funding are concerned about the profits that partner countries may gain from Chinese investments. Experts should be careful about generalizing the Belt and Road Initiative as a whole and should instead focus on addressing specific projects and their respective successes and failures. <Accessed 2019-03-09>  
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