The world has changed significantly since China’s president last travelled overseas, and his trip will be closely watched for signals about China’s next moves.
The China Major Bridge Engineering Company Ltd built the structure, said to later feature a rail network connecting to Belt and Road projects.
Study by US-based Rhodium Group finds only one confirmed case of asset seizure and says Beijing is more likely to renegotiate burdensome debts.
Beijing is seeking to resolve growing concerns about its global infrastructure push as 37 world leaders gather at the second Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.
Document is based on similar measures used by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, Finance Minister Liu Kun says.
It has been two years since Beijing hosted a forum for the participants and supporters of its global trade plan, and there have been some developments in the state of play.
Beijing’s global infrastructure drive will be in the spotlight this week when dozens of heads of state converge on the Chinese capital for the second Belt and Road Forum.
Insurer Euler Hermes estimates China’s plan to grow global trade has seen US$460 billion worth of investments in the five years since its inception in 2013.
The head of the state-owned policy bank says it will team up with other government agencies to increase support to exporters affected by the trade war.
Exhibition ‘Digital Dunhuang – Tales of Heaven and Earth’ at Hong Kong Heritage Museum brings famous Mogao cave art to life, and allows public to appreciate murals from caves where visits are highly restricted.
State-owned enterprises such as China Communications Construction Company, involved in the US$11b East Coast Rail Link project in Malaysia, expects overseas projects to account for 50 per cent of its business eventually