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a thread to discuss, post and to learn about Chinese investment and projects in countries in many different continents. please feel free to help me keep this updated regularly
 

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Sri Lanka : The Colombo International Financial City also known as the CIFC project, sometimes also referred to as Sri Lanka's Dubai is a special financial zone and international trade centre. The project will cost a grand total of $15Billion USD, be completed by 2041, and could be double the size of the current capital. the first phase is to be completed by next year. The Project will include :
* 80,000 residents
*central park, a canal through centre of town
*shopping plaza
*transit developments and walkways to bring locals to beaches
* no industrial company allowed, other projects across Sri Lanka will be used for it's industry
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Chinese built Lower Sesan II Hydroelectric Power station in Stung Treng Province, Cambodia, is the largest and 7th dam built by China in Cambodia. This Joint Venture between China's
Huaneng Hydrolancang International Energy and Cambodia's Royal Group will help contribute to Cambodia's energy security, electricity prices lowering and helping fight poverty in Cambodia. This has increased Cambodia's electricity supply to 2,648mw. It will also supply Stung Treng Province and Phnom Penh
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The 414km railway project running from Boten at the China-Laos border to the Lao Capital of Vientiane. Project is to be completed by 2021. It is also to help cut down on the cost of transport by 30-40% instead of road transportation. about 60% of the project is made up of bridges and tunnels. after the first section is complete, another section will be constructed from Vientiane to Thanaleng, Thailand
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The Karot hydropower project in Pakistan will be completed by 2021, it cost $1.7Billion USD, will help solve part of Pakistan's energy problem and will be at 720megawatts.
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the Genale Dawa III Hydropower project will help Ethiopia's Genale Dawa will have a capacity of 254megawatts and an electricity transmission line connecting Ethiopia and Kenya will be completed by the end of this year. The Transmission line will be divided by 612km on the Kenyan side and 433km on the Ethiopian side. once the transmission line is finished it will also help provide 2,000megawatts
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the Myitsone Dam, is a planned hydroelectric power project on the Irrawaddy River. The plan was halted in 2017, however talks have resume this year. The Dam would have a capacity of producing 6,000megawatts of electricity and primarily exporting it to Yunnan, China. It will cost $3.6Billion USD and be the largest of 7 dams being built in Myanmar
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The Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway is the new backbone of the new Ethiopian Railway Network. It is the first trans-boundary and longest electrified railway in the African continent. It will have 45 stations. the railway has a capacity of 24.9 million tonnes of freight, with 6 million tonnes of freight annually expected. It will eventually increase to 10 million tonnes by 2023-24
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It seems like many countries are improving do to these projects, I keep hearing about the debt trapping, but there is a ton of improvement and life is improving in many places.

let me ask, do you think you guys will have a face off in terms of economic development from India, in foreign countries, or not so much? I been noticing India is countering Pakistan-China CPEC project, and I want to know if they are countering just CPEC or all Chinese invested projects.
 

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It seems like many countries are improving do to these projects, I keep hearing about the debt trapping, but there is a ton of improvement and life is improving in many places.

let me ask, do you think you guys will have a face off in terms of economic development from India, in foreign countries, or not so much? I been noticing India is countering Pakistan-China CPEC project, and I want to know if they are countering just CPEC or all Chinese invested projects.
we are having a stiff face off with India, notably with their economic pact with Iran, which hasn't seem to kicked off any spectacular projects yet, except for India buying some Iranian, which is still quite ironic itself since they are buying huge amounts of oil from UAE, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, and gas from Myanmar to avoid US sanctions, and we are looking to become one of Iran's largest petroleum buyers and we are planning a major railway network which ill post.
in Myanmar, India is planning their own special economic zone, and they have built 2 dams, with a 3rd in proposal. but we are helping Myanmar far more out, we have built 6, with a 7th in talks now, along with improving their infrastructure, our SEZ and so forth. India is trying to counter us, but it's not going as well as expected, or as much as Indians let on, since their economy also just took a hit and really hasn't been growing since the start of the year |O|§§• but yet they keep spending these large sums in foreign countries, which truly ain't helping theirs. I'm surprised they even inked for the 206 wind turbines from Germany.
 

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The Silk road high speed railway which will go from Urumqi, China and go through Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran. trade between the 6 states will increase. This was proposed as China-Iran both agreed to trade up to $600Billion USD over the upcoming decade.
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China agreed to spend $3Billion USD to help develop Iran's Yadavran oil field, 105 new wells will be jointly built to help put an outreach of 110,000 barrels per day, to help supplement the 180,000bpd, which this will eventually increase to 270,000bpd. part of the deal, also China agreed to buy 10 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Iran per annum of 25 years

“Talks are still ongoing, but the process is going on at a slow pace,” Touraj Dehqani told ISNA on Sunday.
According to the official, the second phase of the field’s development project entails boosting output from the current 110,000 barrels per day to 180,000 bpd and eventually to 270,000 bpd.
A total of 105 wells need to be drilled in the second developmental phase of Yadavaran oilfield in order to realize the aim of producing the mentioned 180,000 barrels.
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) started negotiations with Sinopec on development of the field in 2016, however due to some disagreements between the parties the project hasn’t yet begun.
In early May, Reza Dehqan, deputy director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) had said that the contract for development of the second phase of Yadavaran field has stopped, however, negotiations will continue.
Yadavaran is a joint hydrocarbon deposit with Iraq located 70 kilometers west of the city of Ahvaz in Khuzestan Province. The field is located within the West Karoun oil block that holds an estimated 67 billion barrels of oil in place.
Earlier this month, PEDEC announced that the company plans to connect Yadavaran Oilfield to West Karun Power plant, a measure that will ensure continuous and uninterrupted production of oil in this joint field.
“The Yadavaran Oilfield development project is the first project which will be powered through the West Karun Power Plant,” Hojat Norouzi, director of Yadavaran Oilfield development project at PEDEC, said.
The official said connecting the field to West Karun Power Plant was one of the prerequisites of the Yadavaran Oilfield development plan.
Yadavaran is one of the five oilfields known as West Karoun oilfields.
West Karoun region which includes five major fields namely North Azadegan, South Azadegan, North Yaran, South Yaran and Yadavaran is prioritized among the country’s top development projects.
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I'm surprised the Indians have not yet, complained about China's investments, projects in Iran, since according to the Indians they were to help invest very heavily into Iran's economic development.
 

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I'm surprised the Indians have not yet, complained about China's investments, projects in Iran, since according to the Indians they were to help invest very heavily into Iran's economic development.
because India dropped the ball big time, in dealing with Iran, they planned to invest $500Million USD on the Chabahar port project, only $150 Million invested because of US sanctions, was paying $50 Million a year for Iranian oil imports and dropped it to $20 Million because of sanctions, and now are buying oil from Qatar, Emiratis and Saudi Arabia, as well as Russia, Azerbaijan and so on. it actually irritated Iran because India promised to "stand against western sanctions" when in fact they did not and basically bowed down to them, so good for calling them "friends" :rolleyes:
 

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Angola's Caculo Cabaca hydropower project in Dondo. The project will help solve Angola's power and energy problem, as well as being one of the largest projects in the country. It will cost a grand total of $4.5Billion USD and will have a capacity of 2,172 megawatts.
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