The 190-page report, titled China’s Belt and Road: Implications for the United States, was written by IIEL Senior Fellow Jennifer Hillman along with David Sacks at the Council on Foreign Relations.
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Through a systematic search of debt information management systems, official registers and gazettes, and repositories of legal acts in 200 countries, the report contains a rare look into 100 loan agreements between Chinese government institutions (and state-owned banks) and 24 low- and middle-income countries.