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The Challenge of Different Perceptions on the Belt and Road Initiative

destination with FDI projects at record high. EY, [online] 27 May. Available at: http://www.ey.com/gl/en/newsroom/news-releases/news-ey-western-europe-overtakes-china-and-north-america-as-number-1-investment-destination [Accessed 25 June 2016]. González-González, E. and Nogués, S., 2016. Regional polycentricity: an indicator framework for assessing cohesion impacts of railway infrastructures. European Planning Studies , 24(5): 950–973. Jackson, J. K., 2013. U.S. Direct Investment Abroad: Trends and Current Issues. Congressional Research Service , [pdf] 11

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Towards a Balanced Synergy of Visions and Interests: Latvia’s Perspectives in 16+1 and Belt and Road Initiatives

., 2015. “One Belt One Road”: China’s great leap outward. European Council on Foreign Relations China Analysis, [online] June. Available at: http://www.ecfr.eu/page/-/China_analysis_belt_road.pdf . Hongying Wang, 2016. A Deeper Look at China’s “Going Out” Policy”. CIGI Commentary, [online] March. Available at: https://www.cigionline.org/sites/default/files/hongying_wang_mar2016_web.pdf . Jakoby, M., 2016. Chiny bez makijazu. Warsaw: Muza. Jakobowski, J., 2015. China’s foreign direct investment within 16+1 cooperation formula: strategy

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative Extension to Central and Eastern European Countries - Sixteen Nations, Five Summits, Many Challenges

, [online] 6 November. Available at: http://english.mofcom.gov.cn/article/newsrelease/counselorsoffice/bilateralexchanges/201611/20161101651046.shtml [Accessed 20 November 2016]. Jacques, M., 2012. When China Rules the World. The End of the Western World and the Birth of a New Global Order . 2 nd Edition. London: Penguin Press. Jakóbowski, J., 2015. China’s foreign direct investments within the ‘16+1’ cooperation formula: strategy, institutions, and results. Commentary, OSW Centre for Eastern Studies , [online] November. Available at https

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