BRI debt is sustainable, participant countries signal

Neighbouring country obligations could be a risk, say participants in Belt and Road


Efforts by the Chinese government to make Belt and Road funding more sustainable may be starting to have an impact, according to results from Central Banking’s annual Belt and Road Initiative survey.

Central Banking received responses from 30 central banks participating in the Belt and Road Initiative. Almost half of the respondents were European, with central banks from the Middle East and Asia each making up 17%.

Of those who answered the question, all said they would categorise BRI-related

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