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16 Jun 2021

Chinese Responsible Investment Overseas Newsletter Issue 14, June 2021

Welcome to our Chinese Responsible Investment Overseas Newsletter. This newsletter aims to serve as a platform for updates, insights and tools on key topics relating to social and environmental impacts of Chinese overseas investments and business, and as a resource to promoting peer learning and informed decision-making. 

You can view previous issues on our portal: Chinese Responsible Investment Overseas Newsletter (available in English and Chinese). To subscribe to future newsletters, please click here. If you would like to suggest materials for future issues and our website, please contact us at [email protected]

We would like to thank the Editorial Board of People’s Map of Global China for contributing a guest blog, which introduces their great effort in visualising information on Chinese invested projects and their social and environmental impacts. The People’s Map of Global China provides a new tool for interested individuals to understand the global imprint of China, particularly the experience of people affected, through a series of in-depth profiles about countries or specific projects. These have been compiled by academics, civil society groups, journalists and others, and the team welcomes more contributions from the wider community of people and groups working on Global China issues.