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China's One Belt, One Road policy to bolster energy security

One key objective of China’s One Belt, One Road initiative is to diversify commodity import routes in order to buttress trade and energy security. Projects in pursuit of this goal will ideally be commercially viable, but in some cases, China will prioritise geostrategic considerations. The supply of oil is an illustrative example.

See our latest analysis of what One Belt, One Road means for investors here.

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