China’s decision to limit the construction of skyscrapers illustrates the country’s economic transformation and may shape the BRI.
For his second visit to China from 4 to 6 November 2019, French President Macron highlighted the importance of a European-Chinese partnership.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met the leaders of the European Union in Beijing for the annual EU-China summit on July 16, 2018.
Siemens, the German high tech giant has decided to join the BRI. In late March 2018, Siemens opened a special office dedicated to the “Belt and Road initiative” in Beijing.
From this office will be organized all BRI projects in which Siemens participates, whether in China or in the other states along the new Silk Road.