A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom
A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom
James Morris
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by James Morris

For Chinese contractors, Belt and Road Initiative rewards come with heightened risks in a changing world

  • Chinese contractors snared almost a quarter of global construction revenue in 2018 as the Belt and Road Initiative took flight
  • Their rise in global stage brings multiple risks across many projects and various jurisdictions

A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom
A woman walks past a Chinese construction site for a new flyover in the outskirts of Accra. Ghana has turned to investment from Chinese companies to improve the nation’s infrastructure. Photo: Ruom
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