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26-4-2019, 09:51 UTC
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Czech President laments “stain” in Chinese cooperation ahead of Belt and Road summit
[25.04.2019]   Brian Kenety

Miloš Zeman in China, photo: Twitter of Jiří Ovčáček / Prague Castle President Miloš Zeman is in China for another working visit, along with a trade delegation hoping to carve out slices of the world’s biggest market. Topping his public agenda is the “Belt and Road” summit on Beijing’s trillion-dollar project to boost trade and build infrastructure across Asia, Europe and Africa. In private, though, President Zeman’s talks are likely to centre on the low level of actual Chinese investment after five years of fanfare.

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