A freight train transporting containers laden with goods from China, arrives at DB Cargo's London Eurohub rail freight depot in Barking, East London, after travelling from Yiwu in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang. Photo: AFP
Nicolas Groffman
Opinion

Opinion

Nicolas Groffman

Why English law could rule on China’s belt and road disputes

China is setting up courts to handle disputes regarding its Belt and Road Initiative, but at the other end of the Silk Route, London is marketing the merits of its own legal system

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A freight train transporting containers laden with goods from China, arrives at DB Cargo's London Eurohub rail freight depot in Barking, East London, after travelling from Yiwu in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang. Photo: AFP
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