Ukraine and China Sign Action Plan on Strengthening Belt and Road Ties

China and Ukraine on Tuesday [5 December 2017] signed an action plan on jointly building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road and agreed to deepen all-round collaboration to strengthen their strategic partnership at the third session of the China-Ukraine Intergovernmental Commission on bilateral cooperation in Kiev, capital of Ukraine. The

China’s Khorgas Border Checkpoint Receives Investment via the Silk Road Project

A China-Kazakhstan free trade zone received about one million visits in the first quarter of 2017, according to local border inspection authorities. The Horgos International Border Cooperation Center on the China-Kazakhstan border, in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, has seen an increasing number of tourists since 2012. It attracted a total of 5.43 million

New Zealand Joins China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative

New Zealand on Monday [27 March 2017] inked a cooperation agreement on the Belt and Road Initiative with China, becoming the first among Western developed countries. Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and his New Zealand counterpart, Bill English, witnessed the signing of the memorandum of understanding, which adds to the long list of ground-breaking achievements

Chinese Silk Road Economic Belt Forum Held in Teheran

A forum titled “Silk Road Economic Belt” kicked off in Iran’s capital Tehran on Tuesday [23 August 2016] with its focus on the friendly exchanges and cooperation between China and the Islamic republic…Full Article: Aug 2016 ChinaAg Comments In May 2016, Liaoning Wellhope Agri-Tech (SHA:603609) and Iran’s Abzi Gostar Mobtakeran Tehran signed a MoU

Chongqing to Import and Distribute Kazakh Potash Fertilizer

A Chinese firm and a Kazakhstan firm have agreed to form a joint venture to develop a major fertilizer production and distribution hub in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality. Under the deal between Kazakhstan Potash Corporation (KPC) and Chongqing Agricultural Production Material Group, the two sides will jointly build a major potash fertilizer distribution center and

The Coastal City of Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, To Expand its Port Facilities as Part of China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative

Zhanjiang, a coastal city in western Guangdong province, is planning to expand its port handling capacity to meet the growing trade demand between the city and countries and regions along the ancient Maritime Silk Road, a senior government official said. “We will build the Zhanjiang port into a major international shipping center as several local