2019 January 8

8.1.2019.jpg

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

  1. The annual CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas will kick off this week. It is the biggest global consumer electronics exhibition, with around 175,000 attendees & 4,000 exhibitors. However, this year there will be 20% fewer Chinese merchants. - Read more

  2. The survey by the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute polled 1,008 respondents from all ASEAN nations. 70% of countries said their governments "should be cautious in negotiating BRI projects, to avoid getting into unsustainable financial debts with China.” - Read more

  3. Beijing is ramping up fiscal spending in an effort to boost a flagging economy and buy more breathing space as it negotiates a trade deal with Washington, giving the green light to $125 billion of new rail projects, the Financial Times reports. - Read more

  4. A US delegation is currently in China for trade talks. China's foreign ministry said Monday that both Beijing and Washington had expressed a will to work together in order to implement a consensus on trade. - Read more



To always stay up to date with BRI development - Follow us on social media - TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook.

Don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter!

Grzegorz Stec