ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?"

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ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?". / Delman, Jørgen; Ebbesen, Tabita Rosendal; Liu, Queenie ; Thormann, Rasmus Sehested; Dich, Karina Klaris; Hansen, Kristina Brunnenberger W.; Schmidt, Sofie Baun .

Copenhagen : ThinkChina.dk, 2019.

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Delman, J, Ebbesen, TR, Liu, Q, Thormann, RS, Dich, KK, Hansen, KBW & Schmidt, SB 2019 'ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?"' ThinkChina.dk, Copenhagen.

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Delman, J., Ebbesen, T. R., Liu, Q., Thormann, R. S., Dich, K. K., Hansen, K. B. W., & Schmidt, S. B. (2019). ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?". Copenhagen: ThinkChina.dk.

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Delman J, Ebbesen TR, Liu Q, Thormann RS, Dich KK, Hansen KBW o.a. ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?". Copenhagen: ThinkChina.dk. 2019 maj 14.

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Delman, Jørgen ; Ebbesen, Tabita Rosendal ; Liu, Queenie ; Thormann, Rasmus Sehested ; Dich, Karina Klaris ; Hansen, Kristina Brunnenberger W. ; Schmidt, Sofie Baun . / ThinkChina.dk China Study Project Policy Brief: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative – where to?". Copenhagen : ThinkChina.dk, 2019.

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