A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua
A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua
Anthony Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Anthony Rowley

White elephant? China’s Belt and Road Initiative deserves more credit in pandemic-ruined economy

  • China’s infrastructure initiative, which has been unfairly singled out for criticism, has made more progress than similar projects proposed by the US and others. It should be seen as an exercise in positive thinking and innovation

A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua
A Chinese worker (left) inspects the rails at an inland container depot in Naivasha, Kenya on January 15. Photo: Xinhua
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