Belt and Road Weekly Investor Intelligence #67
There’s plenty of China-Russia trade and investment talk this week as well as significant connectivity projects, trade, and investments between the European Union, Central Asia, and China, in addition to strategic Iranian redevelopment. Plus, free land on Russia’s borders with Northern Europe.
Putin spells out the China-Russia trade potential as tensions over Ukraine and Taiwan mount.
The Hualing Free Industrial Zone is providing added value production to Asian goods destined for European and North American markets.
China and Russia intend to jointly redevelop Iranian national transport and connectivity infrastructure.
Turkmenistan is opening trade along the BRI and is an important East-West transit route. China sees the operational cash-flow opportunities.
More East-West trade via Central Asia as supply chains re-emerge
Russia’s Central Asian trade is also on the rebound.
Russia is the world’s ninth largest ecommerce market with plenty of room for growth.
The Economists Big Mac Index shows the ruble is undervalued by over 70%. Good news for investors.
Get your free land on Russia’s borders with Europe here.
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