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ASIA & OCEANIA / Xi’s wild geese chase the Silk Road gold
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 17/05/2017
Translations available: Português/Galego 

Xi’s wild geese chase the Silk Road gold

Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар


President Xi Jinping invokes Ming dynasty heroes, geopolitical development strategies and wild Asian geese analogies to portray China’s New Silk Roads initiative as the flagship of a trade-focussed new world order

Chinese President Xi Jinping at a news conference that marked the end of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, China May 15, 2017.  Photo: REUTERS

“China is willing to share its development experience with the rest of the world” said Xi, “but we will not intervene in other nations’ internal affairs, export our social system and development model, nor force others to accept them.”

The Forum communiqué – a summary of the main points developed in Xi’s keynote speech – reported that the nations represented in Beijing had pledged to promote “practical cooperation on roads, railways, ports, maritime and inland water transport, aviation, energy pipeline, electricity and telecommunications”.

Big business too was represented and, reportedly, is enthusiastic.

Alibaba’s Jack Ma, so committed to advancing an electronic World Trade Platform, spoke to Chinese media at the Forum and hailed BRI’s “inclusion of young people, women, smaller enterprises and developing countries.”

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Courtesy of Asia Times
Publication date of original article: 15/05/2017
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Tags: Belt & Road ForumNew Silk RoadsChinaGlobal Power

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