2018 December 7


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

  1. China has said the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s CFO could be a rights violation, Huawei's CFO. There is a real worry that the US may impose the sanctions on Huawei, following nearly crippling ZTE earlier in the year. - Read more

  2. China's commerce ministry expressed "confidence" overnight that a trade agreement with the U.S. could be reached "within 90 days," however the comments did nothing to halt a selloff on Asian and European stock exchanges. - Read more

  3. Alibaba to open first e-commerce trade hub in Europe. Alibaba struck a partnership with the Belgian government on Wednesday to create a trade hub that will help companies in the country to sell products abroad. - Read more

  4. China's soon-to-be-released national market-entry negative list seeks to provide more transparency and predictability for market practices in China. The new negative list will be applicable to both domestic and foreign investors. - Read more

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