Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, seen here at the Boao Forum for Asia, told the South China Morning Post that many companies from the Netherlands would “love to participate” in China’s belt and road trade plan. Photo: Bloomberg
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, seen here at the Boao Forum for Asia, told the South China Morning Post that many companies from the Netherlands would “love to participate” in China’s belt and road trade plan. Photo: Bloomberg

exclusive | Netherlands keen on Chinese investment but wants belt and road to benefit foreign companies

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte sees China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ as an opportunity while suggesting more open tendering before meeting Li Keqiang 

Topic |   Belt and Road Initiative
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, seen here at the Boao Forum for Asia, told the South China Morning Post that many companies from the Netherlands would “love to participate” in China’s belt and road trade plan. Photo: Bloomberg
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, seen here at the Boao Forum for Asia, told the South China Morning Post that many companies from the Netherlands would “love to participate” in China’s belt and road trade plan. Photo: Bloomberg
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