Business:Beijing lays down new vision for Belt and Road | ANG
  • December 8, 2023

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World leaders gathered in Beijing last week to mark the tenth anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Launched in 2013, BRI activity has surpassed a trillion dollars, according to some estimates.

At the forum, President Xi Jinping said China was making available over $100 billion more to fund infrastructure.

Before the forum, speculation was rife that the BRI was losing steam. But as experts note, Beijing is simply remaking the Belt and Road.

Our guest this week Oyintarelado Moses, the Database Manager, Global China Initiative at the Boston University Global Development Policy Center.

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