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Covid hits China’s Belt & Road Initiative

IndiaTimes Sunday, 27 September 2020
China may be one of the first countries to emerge from Covid-19, but the pandemic promises to fundamentally change Beijing’s biggest geopolitical and geo-economic project— the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI).
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