China’s Massive Belt and Road Initiative

Beyond financing and construction support, the anticipated benefits of BRI projects include:

BRI projects and initiatives are an extension of the BRI goals and the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA), which push for greater regional integration within the continent. The success of the BRI projects for Africa could depend on their ability to tap into the economic corridors of BRI economies. The inland, hinterland and naval connection could boost African countries’ logistical efficiency and export capacity, making the products of African countries available at lower shipping costs and higher turnover rates.

China’s Massive Belt and Road Initiative

Others disagree. French President Emmanuel Macron has urged prudence, suggesting during a 2018 trip to China that the BRI could make partner countries “vassal states.” Other skeptics connect the BRI with climate change. The Institute of International Finance, a research group that analyzes risk for large Western banks, has reported that 85 percent of BRI projects can be linked to high levels of greenhouse gas emissions. Others claim that China is using BRI funds to gain influence in Balkan countries that are on track to become EU members, thereby providing Chinese access to the heart of the European Union’s common market.


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Russia. Moscow has become one of the BRI’s most enthusiastic partners, though it responded to Xi’s announcement at first with reticence, worried that Beijing’s plans would outshine Moscow’s vision for a “Eurasian Economic Union” and impinge on its traditional sphere of influence.

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Politics is not microbiology or medicine, it is politics, and it addresses the balance of health, the economy, security, education, etc.

The problem of COVID19 is not so much the number of deaths (seasonal flu causes up to 650,000 in the world in one year) but the concentration of their deaths (we are going for 160,000), in even less time than winter, in Italy, USA, UK, France and Spain, causing confinement and traffic jams in hospitals.

The confinement in the rest of the countries is absurd, since their numbers are ridiculous compared to other diseases, more than those 160,000 total #Coronaviruses die every day in the world. There they are.

The confinement in the countries really affected, has its medical justification, but it is a decision that ruins the economies, and that does not guarantee that the death toll will drop. The deaths and cotangios continue in full confinement.

We must go for the immunity of the population, directly.

Do not confine.

3 measures would be enough, not to confine, not to stop the economy, political obligation, and attack the pandemic from the beginning, without hiding from it, which would have saved us a long agony, which seems to drag on with the new way of working and relate.

Korea and Belarus, that we know of, have turned what would not have been a health crisis, into an economic and sociological crisis, by how our way is going to change to relate. 

OBOR to EAST AFRICA. Almost 70 per cent of Djibouti’s trade is related to trans-shipment for Ethiopia, with projects such as the Mekele-Tadjourah Port railway and the Doraleh Multi-Purpose Port.

 Chinese-financed infrastructure developments could leave Djibouti in a strong position as a logistics hub for the East Africa region. In addition to the port, the Djibouti multipurpose free trade zone is financed by China.

Chinese firms have also been active in planning and rehabilitating port infrastructure along the East African coastline. Chinese SOEs are financing and building an expansion of the port at Lamu in Kenya. The three additional berths are expected to cost US$500m and are projected to increase the annual throughput to 23.9m tonnes in the next decade.

In Tanzania, the US$11bn port in Bagamoyo, currently under construction, is set to become the largest in East Africa.

A partnership between Tanzania, Oman and China, the port is expected to be in operation by 2022.

 Located just 75km from Dar es Salaam, it has links with a SEZ for export-oriented manufacturing.

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