China Development Bank
December 20, 2022
Demystifying China’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Debt Restructuring
By Umesh Moramudali and Thilina Panduwawala
Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring is deeply embedded both within a global emerging market debt crisis and a moment of rethinking within China about its global role as a creditor.
December 03, 2020
The Jakarta-Bandung Rail Project: 5 Years On and Still Going Nowhere
By Meiki W. Paendong
The railway, China's landmark BRI project in Indonesia, has failed to account for its economic and social impacts.
August 17, 2020
China, the World Bank, and African Debt: A War of Words
By Deborah Brautigam
Will the rising hostility between the United States and China make a comprehensive approach to debt relief more difficult in Africa?
March 04, 2020
China’s Policy Banks Need to Hedge Against Climate Risks
By Divya Narain
China’s policy banks must re-evaluate the bankability of their fossil fuel projects, not just for their own survival but also that of the planet.
November 08, 2016
China and Russia Aim to Increase Trade Turnover to $200 Billion by 2020
By Catherine Putz
Beijing and Moscow look to increase trade, but it’s an uphill battle.
June 30, 2013
US, China Come Together Over Africa (Sort Of)
The US and China are unconvincing in trying to downplay their competition for influence in Africa.
January 26, 2013
A new book on China Development Bank presents an interesting perspective on China’s model of state capitalism.
November 30, 2012
China's Misguided Hugo Chávez Love Affair
China has put billions of dollars into Venezuela. What would happen if Hugo Chávez was no longer its leader?
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