Andrew Davenport Quoted in Daily Telegraph

On Sep­tem­ber 20, RWR COO Andrew Dav­en­port was quot­ed in the UK’s Dai­ly Tele­graph on the moti­va­tions for China’s recent move to for­give a por­tion of out­stand­ing loans in Africa. He told the author, Dig­by Larn­er, “Although some recent instances of debt resched­ul­ing and for­give­ness by Chi­na in Africa involve num­bers that are not ter­ri­bly sig­nif­i­cant to China’s bot­tom line, they may be indi­ca­tors of grow­ing ...

RWR Data Featured by Bloomberg

On Sep­tem­ber 18, RWR research was fea­tured in a Bloomberg Busi­ness­week pro­file on the glob­al foot­print of Chi­na Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Con­struc­tion Cor­po­ra­tion (CCCC), the biggest con­struc­tion firm work­ing on the Belt and Road Ini­tia­tive. Our find­ings put them ahead of oth­er Chi­nese state-owned enter­pris­es, such as Chi­na State Con­struc­tion Engi­neer­ing Cor­po­ra­tion (CSCEC) and PowerChina. RWR ...

Johan van de Ven quoted in Geographical

RWR Senior Analyst Johan van de Ven was quoted in the August edition of Geographical, the official magazine of the UK's Royal Geographic Society. In an interview regarding the geopolitical implications of the Belt and Road Initiative, Mr. van de Ven told the author, Geordie Torr, that "From Xi’s viewpoint, [the Belt and Road Initiative] is a way of developing a foreign policy centrepiece without completely re-gearing how Chinese state ...