2018 October 16

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

  1. About 1,000 people will attend a signing ceremony for more than 60 joint the Belt and Road projects involving Japanese and Chinese firms when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Beijing later this month. That’s huge and shows BRI is starting to open up!  - Read more


  2. India and China are discussing connectivity projects that pass through Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, it was announced on Monday. - Read more


  3. The main body of the Chinese part of the Amur Bridge - the first cross-river railway bridge connecting China with Russia - was completed on Saturday. - Read more


  4. State-owned nuclear giant China General Nuclear Group Corp. (CGN) said that its plans to develop an advanced type of nuclear reactor in the U.K. will not be hindered by the U.S. government’s move to tighten restrictions of the sale of nuclear components.   - Read more

  5. In a surprising choice of words, PBoC governor Yi Gang said: "We will consider treating SOEs with the principle of competitive neutrality." This refers to treating private & state firms equally, and is very rarely used (if at all) by Chinese officials  - Read more



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