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Monday, May 8, 2017

Belt up 9 regions

when you explore the wonderful inspiration of one belt forum - and its opportunities to connect the world in trade and peace, it seems to us that regional segmentations of the belt can help understand the most urgent collaboration challenge- we are trying out this way of submapping the world's belt - love to hear of other ways

N America  NW Europe
Swiss thanks china multilateralism
Spain tech boom with China - Yiwu-Madrid rail 
First britain-china freight train arrives  mayor London
netherlands diary china
China-Germany Rail   1
NE Europe
Hungary's biggest dairy producer eyes china   Hungary benefits more
Chengdu-Poland express 
Estonia supports BR 
Russia and region
How China has integrated with Russia and Mongolia
Russia 1  ecommerce russian wheat
Tunnel connects eastern Uzbekistan, southern Kyrgyzstan and northern Tajikistan

India bangla
China courts India B&R  Chinese language in India
SE Asia
Malaysia B&R Big Deal
 Belt and Road pipelines in Myanmar come with social projects
Laos rocks
Cambodia Royal support  Cambodia superport
Thai 1 2  3  4
China and East
ICBC go green
ADB vows to work with China 
Asean 1
japan using bitcoin .......................
 S America
 Translating into Growth: Belt and Road helps social development in Brazil
Chile president shares expectations 
Egypt   2
 Med sea & Suez
Romano prodi 1 2 leads collaboration negotiations between china and med sea countries - generally and why this also makes italy doubly valuable partner as gateway into  eu and med countries reconcilation agent valuable so that china's africa and one belt policies win-win
 Translating into Growth: Turkish banks on Belt and Road to boost trade    Belt and Road puts Turkey on track towards the future Rail Link
 Jordan hopes to be bridge between East and West for China's Belt and Road Initiative
Greece connecting ancient civilisations  silk in greece  1
 Afgan, Pakistan, Mid East
China & Arab world language publishing 
Chinese energy projects = middle east focus 
 Gwadar port, major hub for China-Pakistan cooperation  China-Pakistan economic corridor
China & Iran - B&R 
Lebanon 1 
International students welcomed 
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trades1.jpg LOG 1B1R -  tAG CLOUD 2017 NPC & CPPCC SessionsSpring Festival 6th Plenum Spirit
The Long MarchShenzhou-11 Docks With Tiangong
Premier Li Visits CubaG20 Hangzhou Summit 
Mongolia VisitSouth China Sea Issue CPC 95 Years On
Nuclear Security SummitClimate Change Conference 
G20, APEC SummitsXi visits U.S. Beijing 2022 
Xi Attends BRICS SummitTruth and Denial July 7th IncidentUnderstanding the CPC 

One-Belt One-Road  From OBOR blog of BHP:

Under President Xi’s sponsorship, serious money began to be ear-marked for projects under the OBOR banner, highlighted by the US$40 billion “Silk Road Fund”. A “Leading Group”2  reporting directly to the State Council was established. China is also the cornerstone investor in a new multilateral lending institution, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), which has already funded a number of major projects in OBOR countries.3
From a purely economic standpoint, OBOR provides a signal and a framework for Chinese firms to export their growing expertise in infrastructure, manufacturing and construction. The financing of OBOR projects offers an avenue for diversifying China’s foreign assets away from low yielding sovereign bonds to higher yielding real assets. In the second wave, the increasing prosperity of recipient countries, where shortages of basic infrastructure4 are a major impediment to improving the livelihoods of their citizens, will provide expanding markets for Chinese goods. China’s heavy industries, many of which are experiencing excess capacity after a decade of very strong investment sentiment, will enjoy having an additional outlet for their wares in both waves of this journey. This could help soften the blow of the inevitable restructuring that domestic economic rebalancing will entail. 
 1 OBOR is now being referred to by many Chinese official sources as simply the “Belt and Road Initiative”.

2 “Leading groups” are an important tool of very high level decision making within the Chinese government structure, created to advance key policy objectives.
3 The AIIB was established with authorised capital of US$100 billion; it is headquartered in Beijing; and China enjoys 26.06% of the voting rights. China has 4.59% of the votes at the World Bank versus the US’ 16.45%. China has 5.46% of the vote at the Asian Development Bank (ADB), versus Japan’s 12.798%. Other funding vehicles worth noting are the New Development Bank, also known as the “BRICs Bank”, the China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China.
4 The Asian Development Bank estimates that Asia requires US$26 trillion in infrastructure investment by 2030.

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