2018 September 28

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Here is the Belt & Road Today brought to you by Belt and Road Advisory

  1. London cements position as largest RMB clearing house outside of China. Chinese currency transactions in London increased by more than 30 per cent this year, hitting £70bn in the second quarter. - Read more

  2. Two-thirds of China’s international students – numbering 317,000 last year – hail from countries that have partnered with China’s Belt and Road. The government earmarks 10,000 scholarships for belt and road students each year, according to state media. - Read more

  3. The Chinese government will roll out more measures to facilitate the delivery of major foreign-invested projects, lower tariffs on some imported goods and streamline customs clearance procedures at a faster pace, as was decided at the State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday. - Read more

  4. Chinese controlled Greece's Piraeus Port turnover increased by 22.1% the first half this year compared to the same period in 2017, it was announced on Wednesday. After coming under scrutiny in South Asia, China is using the Piraeus example to show it can operate infrastructure more efficiently.   - Read more



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