BRI is China’s neocolonialism rebutted

Bri is china's neocolonialism rebutted

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CGTN Anchor Wang Guan says the accusations that the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is China’s neocolonialism are baseless. The World Bank estimates that BRI projects could lift 7 million people out of poverty worldwide and boost global trade by over 6 percent. Through the BRI, China is providing other countries with infrastructure, trade and development.

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