China to Spend Billions More on 'One Belt' Initiative; Campaigners Want Focus on Poverty
By N24 Correspondent
Monday, October 23rd, 2017
(VOA): At China's Communist Party Congress this week, President Xi Jinping said the country would be a contributor to global development. Key to that is the so-called One Belt One Road Initiative, which seeks to rekindle the ancient Silk Road trade routes linking China with Europe and Africa. Billions of dollars have been plowed into infrastructure projects along the route, but as Henry Ridgwell reports, there are calls for China to focus on development goals such as alleviating poverty.
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