Zhou highlights need for ‘financial connectivity’ under Belt and Road

Zhou Xioachuan
Zhou Xiaochuan

China’s Belt and Road Initiative requires governments and markets to work together domestically and across borders to promote “financial connectivity”, the governor of the People’s Bank of China has said.

No single country can finance the project alone, and governments will need to share the load with the financial sector, Zhou Xiaochuan said in recent remarks, published online today (May 24). With that in mind, participants in the Belt and Road Initiative need to work together to deepen their

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