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Conclusion: China’s Growing Presence in the Middle East

  • Niv Horesh
  • Ruike Xu
Part of the The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series book series (NCP)

Abstract

The last two decades have witnessed China’s expanding economic footprint in the Middle East. China is currently the foremost trading partner and largest oil importer of several Middle Eastern countries. With the implementation of Xi Jinping’s “One Belt, One Road” in 2015,1 China looks set to further strengthen its economic and diplomatic influence in this region.

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Saudi Arabia Middle East Middle Eastern Silk Road Middle Eastern Country 
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  • Ruike Xu

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