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How China Hit A Roadblock On Its Way To Central and Eastern Europe

How China Hit A Roadblock On Its Way To Central and Eastern Europe
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When the leaders of China and 16 countries in central and eastern Europe gather in Dubrovnik in southern Croatia early next month, Beijing will be looking to one project as a symbol of what they can achieve.

The European Union-funded Peljesac Bridge is being built by a Chinese state-owned firm and is expected to be completed in 2022, joining a southern enclave in the Adriatic with the Croatian mainland…

To read more visit the South China Morning Post.

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