As China marks the 10th anniversary of its massive Belt and Road Initiative, more and more countries across Latin America and the Caribbean have signed on to the BRI project.
What has been the economic impact on the region?
Joining the discussion:
- Jorge Heine is a former Chilean ambassador to China.
- Einar Tangen is a Senior Fellow with the Taihe Institute and the founder and chair of Asia Narratives.
- Gustavo Ribeiro is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Brazilian Report.
- Yan Liang is Chair Professor in Economics at Willamette University.
How are China’s belt and road plans for Southeast Asia working out, 10 years on?https://t.co/u03z0HNDnA
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#FMsays As of today, representatives from more than 130 countries, as well as many international organizations, have confirmed attendance at the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, FM spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/JpiHkEzGQb
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