Further notes on the OBOR Initiative.

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We are trying to understand if the OBOR initiative is really boosting a development in economies and political links around China. As we said, there is an economic issue and a propaganda issue going on at the same time. Reality is always a matter of percentage and a matter of balance among different issues and directions. If Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Malaysia had troubles in financing the initiative (actually they were nearly dafaulting and Pakistan was at the door of the IMF) what is wrong about that? Is this great and wonderful project (mainly a sort of utopic program, when it is not financed by China itself and in its interests) economically sustainable?

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