Tuesday, September 28, 2021
The ecological and green focus of the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is steadily gaining traction as the world prepares for COP26 (United Nations Climate Change Conference, October 31 – November 12) to be held in the UK, with much speculation around how global energy investments and their mechanisms will have to change in coming years and who will be driving that change. This is reflected by moves made by China and other BRI stakeholders.
We link to guest media in this issue to highlight the subject and also bring you the latest BRI regional news as concerns stock markets in China, Singapore, and Russia.
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China’s Belt & Road Initiative to Get Greener
Need to Know: The Carbon Footprints of Financial Assets
China Financing Global Infrastructure Projects Poses Risks for the Environment
No More Coal Fired Plants to be Built by China
China’s Pledge to Stop Building Coal Plants Abroad Helps BRI
Russia’s Stock Market is Booming as Asia Draws Nearer (Russia Briefing)
Singapore Exchange Becomes First to Allow SPAC Listings (ASEAN Briefing)
China’s Stock Markets: An Introductory Guide (China Briefing)
CROSS-BORDER BRI DIGITAL TAX
China Moves Towards Digital Cross-Border Belt & Road Tax Settlements (Silk Road Briefing)
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