Leonardo Dinic MA Candidate, New York University
Jan 18 , 2019
Free of value-based conditions or demands for political reform, Chinese investment in the Balkans is simultaneously opening European markets and securing like-minded political allies.
Ágnes Szunomár Head of the Research Group on Development Economics, Institute of World Economics
Dec 06 , 2017
In the past decade, China has increasingly been perceived in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as a country which could bring economic benefits to the region through developing trade relations, growing inflow of Chinese investment and recently also through infrastructure projects.