2019 February 16


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  1. Since the launch of the BRI in 2013, Chinese banks, including the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), have made efforts to establish outbound Islamic financing frameworks and to encourage relevant entities to provide Islamic financing products. - Read more

  2. Cosco Shipping Ports signed last month an agreement with Peruvian mining company Volcan to buy a 60% stake in the operator of Chancay terminal, a major hub on the coast north of the capital, Lima. - Read more

  3. Malaysian PM Mahathir  has confirmed his attendance at China’s second Belt and Road summit this April, in a move analysts say is aimed at reassuring Beijing of his commitment to the project. This follows cancelation of key Chinese railway projects in Malaysia. - Read more

  4. US and Chinese trade negotiators will meet again next week in Washington, President Xi Jinping said on Friday, after the sixth round of cabinet-level negotiations ended in Beijing with no sign of substantial progress. - Read more

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