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Muhammad Khan, Hee Young Lee and Jung Han Bae

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Mike Nyamazana Sikwila, Godwell Karedza and Yvonne Lindiwe Sikwila

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Katarzyna Zak

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Patrycja Aleksandruk and Rosa Forte

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Mohammad Amir Anwar

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Liqun Zhang, Martin Grešš and Katarina Brocková

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Frank Barry

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Ioannis A. Tampakoudis, Demetres N. Subeniotis, Ioannis G. Kroustalis and Manolis I. Skouloudakis

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Lin Zhang and Zheqian Xu

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Duško Dimitrijević

Foreign Direct Investments in the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade: Institute of International Politics and Economics. Liu, Z. (2015), ‘The Role of Central and Eastern Europe in the building of Silk Road Economic Belt,’ International Problems, no. 2-3. Long, J. (2015), ‘Cooperation between China and CEE countries: features, significance and prospect,’ Diplomacy Journal. Retrieved from http://diplomacy.bg/archives/1438?lang=en [accessed May 2015] Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC (2014), Joint Statement Deepening the China