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In South Asia, Chinese Infrastructure Brings Debt And Antagonism

China makes no secret of its interest in the Indian Ocean, which contains vital sea lanes along which a large share of its imports and exports pass. It has not been shy about trying to curry favour with littoral and island states through its Belt and Road Initiative, a massive project to invest in infrastructure along ancient and modern trading routes.

Read Here – The Economist

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3 thoughts on “In South Asia, Chinese Infrastructure Brings Debt And Antagonism

  1. Thanks for sharing. Just a bit sceptical of how far China can continue extending loans at the risk of recipient’s default (even if ownership of real assets are given as security). 3 challenges highlighted here https://southasiafasttrack.com/2018/03/18/others-three-themes-that-can-hit-the-chinese-engine/

  2. Interesting note, relevant and contextual. So would you agree with the points in this one too? http://bit.ly/2Izjpn3

  3. Relevant points, would you agree with the points in this too? http://bit.ly/2Izjpn3

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