China’s Belt and Road Initiative projects may be faltering

The World

China's big-ticket infrastructure projects in middle-income and developing countries were part of a vision to spread Chinese influence and power around the world. But some of them aren't panning out. Now, countries are seeking emergency funds to finish the projects or prevent governments from becoming financially insolvent. The World's host Marco Werman talks to Bradley Parks from the College of William and Mary's research group, AidData, about their study of China's new pivot to bailouts.

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