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Updated 4:59 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 11, 2019

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Foreign Ministers Meet In China

China, Pakistan Sign Nearly $500M Worth of New Deals at Silk Road Summit

Pakistan and China have signed new deals worth about half a billion dollars on Saturday, ahead of Beijing's international forum on its "Silk Road" initiative.

China is willing to rename its CPEC project to allay Indian concerns.

CPEC: China Willing to Rename China-Pakistan Economic Corridor for India

China is ready to rename the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to assuage India's concerns about the project, Indian media reported on Monday.

Myanmar President Htin Kyaw Meets With Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

China Eyes up to 85% Stake in Myanmar's Strategic Kyauk Pyu Port

China is planning to acquire at least 85 percent of Myanmar's strategic sea port Kyauk Pyu, located on the Bay of Bengal, as part of its ambitious "One Belt, One Road" initiative, according to negotiating documents reviewed by Reuters and three other people with knowledge about the talks.

Panama Canal Readies For Planned Expansion

China Eyes Land Shopping Around Panama Canal

Chinese firms want to develop land around the Panama Canal, as Panama plans to open and build infrastructures on the currently unused locations.

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Alibaba to Build Logistics Center in Bulgaria

Alibaba has a plan of developing a European logistics center in Bulgaria, evaluating the opportunities for investments in the country.

GE is looking to increase its collaboration with China to aid the country’s Silk Road initiative.

GE Focuses on China for Global Expansion

GE is looking to increase its collaboration with China to aid the country's Silk Road initiative. The company plans to enhance the sale of its equipment such as wind turbines and coal plants by partnering with Chinese companies. It also endeavors to supply power infrastructure to growing markets.

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China Upset With Nepal, Cancels President Xi Jinping's Planned Visit

An Indian media report suggests that China is upset with Nepal over a host of issues.

CCB inked deal with IE Singapore to develop One Belt, One Initiative infrastructure projects.

China Construction Bank, International Enterprise Singapore Ink $22.2 Billion Worth of Financing Deals

China Construction Bank (CCB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with International Enterprise (IE) Singapore on Monday to provide financial support to both Singapore and Chinese companies in the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) infrastructure projects.

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