What is G7 “Build Back Better World” (B3W), and can it compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)?
Mongolia and China maintain good relations, and for Mongolia the Belt and Road Initiative will accelerate sustainable development.
In September 2019, EU and Japan agreed to launch a sustainable connectivity project. Is this a possible alternative to the BRI or a complementary project?
In November 2019, the USA, Japan and Australia launched the Blue Dot network. Can this new initiative compete with China’s Belt and Road?
In early January 2019, the North Korean leader traveled to Beijing to meet with President Xi Jinping. The two leaders discussed the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and cooperation between their two countries.It is likely that the issue of North
Nippon Express, one of the five largest logistics companies in the world, inaugurated its first journey from China to Europe on December 20, 2018. This first freight train is expected to connect Xian in China to Duisburg in Germany in just 18 days.
“Belt and Road Initiative” infrastructure development and construction projects have great impact in the poorest rural areas, according to AidData.
In September 2018, a Sino-Japanese committee on public and private investment along the new Silk Roads might be held in Beijing.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on July 30, 2018, at the Indo-Pacific Business Forum the upcoming launch of an infrastructure development plan for Asia.
President Moon shared with the North Korean president his project of three new corridors that would connect the Korean peninsula to the rest of the world.