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  • Bilateral trade between China and Uzbekistan surges 68.1 pct in Jan.

    Bilateral trade between China and Uzbekistan surged 68.1 percent on year to 576 million U.S. dollars in January 2019, accounting for 17.2 percent of Uzbekistan's foreign trade, official data showed.


  • E. China's Anhui to track B&R major projects

    East China's Anhui Province plans to establish a database to track major Belt and Road investment projects worth more than 10 million U.S. dollars and engineering projects with newly signed contract value of over 50 million U.S. dollars.


  • Xinjiang's Horgos sees record passage of freight trains

    Horgos, a major land pass in China's Xinjiang autonomous region bordering Kazakhstan, saw a robust increase of international freight trains last year, pushed by the Belt and Road Initiative.


  • CAS unveils drug R&D center in Uzbekistan to promote S&T cooperation

    The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) inaugurated the Drug R&D Center of Central Asian in Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent on November 23, in a bid to foster science and technology cooperation between China and Central Asia.


  • China, Uzbekistan see continuous bilateral trade growth in Jan.-Oct.

    China remained Uzbekistan's largest trading partner in the first ten months of 2018, whose trade value with Uzbekistan during this period amounted to 5.028 billion U.S. dollars, up 28.8 percent.


  • China becomes largest trade partner of Uzbekistan again

    China has become the largest trade partner of Uzbekistan again and its biggest export market, latest statistics showed.


  • Maritime Silk Road museum planned in Fujian

    The Palace Museum and Shimao Group are going to build a museum focused on the Maritime Silk Road in Quanzhou, Fujian province, where the ancient maritime route began.


  • Spotlight: Li's Tajikistan trip forges closer SCO ties, firm support for free trade

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday wrapped up his first visit to Tajikistan, forging closer ties with regional countries who jointly voiced firm support for free trade and multilateral economic cooperation.


  • Commodity expo shows openness of SW China's Luzhou

    Exhibitors from Azerbaijan, Moldova, Australia, the Republic of Korea, Israel, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan also showcased their feature products at the 2018 The 6th China Luzhou Southwest Commodity Expo.


  • B&R Initiative brings cooperation opportunities for China and Azerbaijan, Ambassador

    The Belt and Road Initiative created various opportunities for China-Azerbaijan cooperation, according to Akram Zeynalli, Azerbaijani Ambassador to China in an interview with Xinhua Silk Road.


  • More participants from Belt & Road countries to show openness of SW China's Luzhou

    The 6th China Luzhou Southwest Commodity Expo is about to kick off on Friday at Luzhou City in southwest China's Sichuan Province, presenting that Luzhou is taking a more open approach to the outside world.


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    Business Brief


  • Hytera Communications signs 33.17 bln USD procurement contract with Uzbek company

    Hytera Communications Corporation Limited (002583.SZ) announced on August 28 that its wholly-owned subsidiary Hytera Communications (Hong Kong) Company Limited had signed 33.1657 million U.S. dollars procurement contract.


  • Uzbekistan uses China’s preferential export buyer's credit to reconstruct 3 hydropower stations

    Uzbekistan has begun to modernize three domestic hydropower stations, using preferential export buyer’s credit granted by the Chinese government, according to media in Uzbekistan.


  • Top-notch Chinese railway vehicles for world

    "German trains always run on time" - that old saying may soon be modified in the digital era to "Made-in-China trains in Germany always run on time".


  • CAREC to benefit from cooperation with BRI, says official

    A two-day forum, "Building knowledge corridors along the Silk Road", kicked off here Tuesday to bring universities, think tanks, governments and business communities together to discuss key policy issues in the region.


  • China, Uzbekistan to deepen law enforcement, security cooperation

    Chinese State Councilor Zhao Kezhi held talks with Uzbek Minister of Internal Affairs Pulat Bobojonov here on Thursday on law enforcement and security cooperation.


  • Kyrgyzstan to fully promote implementation of Belt and Road projects

    Kyrgyzstan is one of the first countries to support the Belt and Road Initiative and will do its utmost to promote implementation of the projects under the Belt and Road in the country, said Oleg Pankratov, Kyrgyzstan's Minister of Economy.


  • Project Brief

    Project Brief


  • Uzbekistan mine project built by Chinese enterprise starts operation

    Located in the northern part of Surkhandarya Province in Uzbekistan, adjacent to the border between Tajikistan and Afghanistan, the Shargun mine’s annual exploitation of hard coal reached 160,000 metric tons (tonnes) per year, and the upgraded production.


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