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385. China's ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative: Development Aid or Debt Trap Diplomacy?

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China is looking to extend its influence in the Indian Ocean Basin (IOB) through its One Belt One Road initiative (OBOR). Whilst Chinese state sponsored companies have invested $US billions in countries around the IOB, not everyone sees this in a positive light.

In this Geography Factsheet, we analyse the geo-political significance of China’s OBOR; who are the winners, who are the losers, and we review the impact of the initiative on three participating countries: Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Malaysia.

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January 2019

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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