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China's Xi turns to Myanmar as he pushes for 'Belt and Road' plan

Al Jazeera Friday, 17 January 2020
Xi expected to sign $1.3bn deal to build a port in Rakhine State in his first visit to the country as president.
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News video: Myanmar, China ink deals to accelerate Belt and Road

Myanmar, China ink deals to accelerate Belt and Road 01:23

China and Myanmar inked dozens of deals on Saturday to speed up infrastructure projects in the Southeast Asian nation, as Beijing seeks to cement its hold over a neighbor increasingly isolated by the West. Emer McCarthy reports.

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