“One Belt, One Road” – Some Foreign Companies Tell Researchers The Business Climate In China Is Deteriorating

Han Dynasty Granary west of Dunhuang
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China’s planned modern version of its ancient “silk road” may bring more than one trillion dollars of infrastructure investment along trading routes that wind through emerging markets in dozens of countries throughout Asia, Africa and Europe. “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) trade routes, which stretch from China to London and to Africa, are intended to boost…


 


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