Chinese goods arrive at Gwadar port in Pakistan. The country is one of 125 involved in China’s belt and road trade and infrastructure strategy. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese outbound projects plunge, investors pull back from US

  • US think tank warns continued ‘financial strain’ may put the brakes on Beijing’s global trade and infrastructure programme
  • Value of overseas investment and construction dropped to US$179.1 billion last year, down from US$279.8 billion in 2017
Topic |   Belt and Road Initiative

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Chinese goods arrive at Gwadar port in Pakistan. The country is one of 125 involved in China’s belt and road trade and infrastructure strategy. Photo: Xinhua
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