China’s Funding Options for Belt & Road: Will Emerging Markets Make Hay or Get Shut Out?

Unperturbed by global economic woes, geopolitical tensions and the rise of populism in the West, China is committing itself to the largest infrastructure development project since the Great Wall. But the costs of the grand project are expected to run into hundreds of billions of dollars and, with the Chinese banking sector already over-leveraged, questions arise over its ability to finance projects and the funding alternatives available to it.

Nov 21, 2017 // 4:39PM

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