Understanding who makes what decisions in the Belt and Road Initiative, an interview with Dr Thomas Hale
History shows that China’s approach to debt relief is ad hoc, and asset seizure is highly unlikely.
Despite strong domestic performance, the Chinese renewable energy sector’s lack of financial support overseas is multifaceted.
Overseas energy finance from China’s policy banks has been declining since 2017 due to a combination of demand and supply constraints. A rebound in 2020 is unlikely.
New paper sheds light on reasons behind the lack of renewable energy lending from China’s policy banks
Ethiopia is tapping into both Chinese and Turkish financing for its railway ambitions. The difference illuminates the pros and cons of China’s model of overseas infrastructure development.
Research teams at Chinese and international institutions collectively shed light on the practices and thinking of CDB and Exim Bank.
Ma Xinyue argues that debt financing along the Belt and Road is as much a “trap” for debtors as it is for China