Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua
Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua
Mukhtar Hussain
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The View by Mukhtar Hussain

Coronavirus recovery: China’s Belt and Road is the ideal route for developing nations

  • There can be no global recovery, especially for developing countries, without a recovery in the cross-border flow of capital, goods and services
  • As a cosmopolitan, high quality and sustainable network for investment and trade, the Belt and Road Initiative can make a vital contribution to restarting the world economy

Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua
Workers from the China Railway No 2 Engineering Group assemble rails for the China-Laos railway in Vientiane, Laos, on June 18. The China-Laos railway is a project of the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to convert Laos from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub. Photo: Xinhua
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Mukhtar Hussain

Mukhtar Hussain

Mukhtar Hussain is head of Belt and Road Initiative and Business Corridors, Asia-Pacific, at HSBC