Emerging Europe Starts to Question Wisdom of Chinese-Funded Infrastructure Projects

2018. október 26.

Emerging Europe / Tamara Karelidze

A number of emerging Europe countries which have agreed big money infrastructure deals with China are beginning to reconsider their options. Members of the so-called 16+1 group, which includes 11 European Union member states (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia) and five Western Balkans nations (Albania, Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia) are increasingly concerned at what they see failed Chinese promises and unacceptable conditions placed on finance. More...