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U.S., European Claims That the BRI Is in Trouble Are Way Overblown, Says Prominent Chinese Scholar

Hu Biliang, dean of the Belt and Road School, Beijing Normal University

The sharp drop in Chinese overseas development finance lending documented by Boston University’s Center for Global Policy Development among others has prompted critics of Beijing’s Belt and Initiative in the United States and Europe to suggest that the massive global trade agenda is in trouble. 

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