How China's Belt and Road dealmaking is evolving

Our infographic shows a change in emphasis away from infrastructure investment and into a host of other opportunities, from agriculture to the consumer sector.

To date, China’s outbound Belt and Road Initiative projects have mainly been massive long-term infrastructure investments but as Belt and Road gains momentum, other deals are beginning to mark a new phase in Association of Southeast Asian Nations Asean investment.

As statistics compiled by Thomson Reuters, which forms the basis of our regular inforgraphic data story this month, the investment focus is already changing.

China’s Belt and Road investors are actively exploring opportunities in the region’s metals and mineral resources, in  geothermal energy production and power delivery systems and are looking at manufacturing opportunities in Asean, from value-adding raw agricultural materials to petroleum products and...

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