The MCDF has made its first grant in Africa. What role can this new institution play in the life cycle of infrastructure financing in developing countries?
While China’s overseas debt stock has decreased for the first time in a while, the road toward debt sustainability in developing countries remains bumpy.
PBOC’s Jin Zhongxia admits that reforms at CDB and China Exim might be needed for future debt treatments
Zhao Liang’s blogpost about how he oversaw the soft loan to Nepal to build the Pokhara Airport offers insight into the Chinese lending process
Development Reimagined’s Jade Scarfe argues that thinking about debt to Chinese and Western creditors from the debtor perspective presents new ways forward
A brief review of Chinese lending history shows China’s understanding of Sri Lanka’s situation and its potential to shape debt restructuring for the island nation in crisis.
A look at some of the nuances of 2021 Belt and Road investment and construction deals data
EU initiative needs a strong narrative if it is to compete with BRI’s influence
We surveyed our network of contributors on whether the G7’s counter-offer to the BRI represents anything new
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi had a busy start to the year 2021. His itinerary may tell us how the BRI is being adjusted for new global realities