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China's International Investment StrategyBilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy$
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Julien Chaisse

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198827450

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198827450.001.0001

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China’s Role and Interest in Central Asia

China’s Role and Interest in Central Asia

China–Pakistan Economic Corridor

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(p.385) 20 China’s Role and Interest in Central Asia
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China's International Investment Strategy
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Manzoor Ahmad

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198827450.003.0021

The chapter gives an overview of the Chinese investments in the Central Asian states and also provides an in-depth analysis of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (or CPEC). These investments constitute important components of China’s three-pronged investment strategy comprising bilateral, regional, and global tracks. The roads, rails and pipelines not only ensure supply of energy resources from and through these countries but also enable China and these countries to become connected to Europe, Middle East, and Africa through alternative routes. Moreover, linking of these countries through BRI also provides the landlocked Central Asian countries access to open seas. The chapter also discusses the challenges that will have to be addressed to make the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor a success that can be replicated in the other five main corridors.

Keywords:   foreign direct investment, investor–state dispute settlement, multinational enterprises, China Pakistan Economic Corridor, OBOR, BRI

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