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  • Turkey One Step Closer to Becoming a Regional Energy Hub

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AzerbaijanSerbia...Industries: Clean EnergyInfrastructure...
    The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP), which constitutes the backbone of the Southern Gas Corridor and which follows the Baku-TbilisiCeyhan and Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum oil and natural gas pipelines, in addition to the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway,
  • Belt and Road Opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AlbaniaBosnia & Herzegovina...Industries: Minerals & ResourcesInfrastructure...Services: Financial ServicesInvestment Promotion
    Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) have played an increasingly pivotal role in China’s foreign policy considerations and are key partners to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Cash-rich Chinese white knights have become highly sought-after by many struggling but promising CEE businesses, while generous funding for mega government-to-government (G-to-G) infrastructure projects and seed capital for start-ups are also providing...
  • 7th CEE-Economic Forum in Velden

    Content Types: EventRegions & Countries: AustriaBosnia & Herzegovina...Industries: All
    Over 450 participants, among them top-class international speakers, high-ranking politicians, analysts, renowned managers, start-ups, investors and entrepreneurs as well as official delegations from Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. The programme includes presentations, workshops, company presentations, round table talks of Foreign Trade Austria as well as exclusive networking events, the European Awards...
  • Three Reasons why China shows growing interest in Central and Eastern Europe

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaPoland...Industries: All
    Following his state visit to the Czech Republic in March earlier this year, Chinese President Xi Jinping made a trip to two other Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) countries: Serbia and Poland. Wang YiWei, Head of the Center for European Studies of Renmin University of China, outlines the reasons why China continues to deepen its cooperation with CEE countries...
  • Hebei Steel acquires Serbian mill for $52m

    Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: SerbiaIndustries: Manufacturing
    Hebei Iron & Steel Group (HBIS) has paid $52.3m for the acquisition of Serbian steelmaker Zelezara Smederevo (ZSD) and will invest $300m to expand its plant, the Serbian government announced on Thursday.
  • “One Belt, One Road” Initiative fosters cooperation between China and C-E Europe

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Middle East & North AfricaBosnia & Herzegovina...Industries: InfrastructureBanking & Finance...
    China and its European partners have seen many positive developments since the establishment of the “16+1 Framework”, a series of arrangements between China and 16 Central and Eastern European countries. Through this framework, both sides have been able to make remarkable advances in investment, trade, finance, agriculture, and culture among many others. Central and Eastern Europe have benefited not only from China’s “One Belt, One Road”...
  • The Belt and Road Initiative Brings Opportunities for Countries along the Route

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaSerbia
    Damjan Miscovic, Senior Researcher of Serbia Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development, points out in a recent interview that the Belt and Road Initiative will broadly benefit countries along the route and is expected to help Serbia and other developing countries to revive the economy. The key point for a higher level of cooperation is to enhance exchanges in policy and regulations, infrastructure, trade, financing and...
  • One Belt, One Road Initiative Forges New Relations with Serbia

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaSerbiaIndustries: Minerals & ResourcesClean Energy...
    The One Belt, One Road Initiative seeks to promote political and economic cooperation with Serbia and other European countries. Serbia’s tremendous potential has attracted many prominent Chinese investors. These investors not only have demonstrated a strong sense of responsibility, but some of them have also already successfully completed projects in Serbia.

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