2018 September 24

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Happy Mid-Autumn Festival from Belt and Road Advisory team!

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

  1. China has scrapped planned trade talks with the U.S. and is unlikely to sit down with Washington until after November’s mid-term elections, according to people familiar with the situation. - Read more

  2. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday that his country was making extensive efforts to distance itself entirely from the U.S.-dominated international financial system, much of which runs on the U.S. dollar, and urged others to do the same. - Read more

  3. The Belt and Road Forum for International Think Tank Cooperation opened in Dunhuang, Gansu province on September 20. The three-day forum drew around 150 delegates from 32 countries. - Read more

  4. “China is putting in place a slew of opening up measures announced earlier this year and there are more such measures to come with greater intensity and at a higher level," Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan. It looks like China is preparing some big announcements for China International Import Expo - Read more



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