As China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) extended its footprint, launching investment projects along both the ancient Silk Road as well as across the entirety of Eurasia and Africa, Washington saw an urgent need to counter China’s projection of influence. The BUILD Act is America’s belated response to BRI.
By proposing to revitalize the ancient Silk Road, President Xi offered a new ambitious framework for the signing of economic and business accords, the realization of investments and generally the strengthening of ties between China and the world.
“After its completion, it will take only two hours from Colombo, the capital, to Hambantota, compared to the present journey of four hours or more.”
As the new Pakistan government begins its tenure, there has been some talk and also some irresponsible reports in Western media of a change in […]
Wherever you are right now, there is a high probability something around you was imported from China. You might be using some electronics, in a […]
National Information Center releases the Belt and Road Big Data Report 2018 on Sept. 19 during the 2018 Summer Davos Forum.
China-Egypt relations are a clear example of a successful win–win partnership. Egypt finds itself at the heart of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as the sea route passes through the Suez Canal to Europe.
Since its launch, the CPEC has helped to create a conducive and favorable environment for the country, guaranteeing prosperity, a bright future and security along with a sustainable economy.
The 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Beijing Summit opened on Monday afternoon with President Xi Jinping delivering a keynote speech titled, Work Together for […]
With President Xi Jinping coming into power in 2013 in China, the multifaceted cooperation between Nepal and China has been further deepened in several areas, taking their bilateral ties to a new height.
President Xi Jinping on Monday said China will implement eight major initiatives with African countries in the next three years and beyond, covering fields such as industrial promotion, infrastructure connectivity, trade facilitation, and green development.
The country follows a “five-no” approach in its relations with Africa: no interference in African countries’ pursuit of development paths that fit their national conditions; no interference in African countries’ internal affairs; no imposition of China’s will on African countries; no attachment of political strings to assistance to Africa; and no seeking of selfish political gains in investment and financing cooperation with Africa.