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ALL ROADS LEAD TO CHINA
All Roads Leading to China - All Roads Lead to China

Darwin is a tropical port city
in Australia's Northern Territory.
Most of Australia's natural
resource exports such as oil, gas
and gold ship from there. 75%
of Australia's exports now go
to China. In 2015, China signed a
99-year lease to control the port. Not too
many people are aware of this.

Silk Road All Over Again

The Port of Darwin is just one of dozens of ports
Chinese companies control in over 30 countries.
They also control ports in Oman, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Cambodia. It's part of their
$1 trillion Belt and Road Initiative – an enormous network of land
and sea routes connecting China to Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa.

Why does this matter? If you control the trade routes, you control the trade. When these projects are done in 2025, China's system of ports, railroads, pipelines and factories will cover more than 60 countries and touch 25%
of all goods and services sent around the world.

In addition, China has built seven man-made islands in the South China Sea. They have installed air and naval bases on them. This aggressive move by China is getting a lot of countries riled up.

Most people know all the salacious details of our politicians and movie stars but not nearly as much on important global affairs like this.

- Karam Lal
Canada Branch Manager

Darwin is a tropical port city in
Australia's Northern Territory. Most
of Australia's natural resource exports
such as oil, gas and gold ship from
there. 75% of Australia's exports now
go to China. In 2015, China signed a
99-year lease to control the port. Not
too many people are aware of this.

Silk Road All Over Again

The Port of Darwin is just one of dozens of ports
Chinese companies control in over 30 countries.
They also control ports in Oman, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Cambodia. It's part of their
$1 trillion Belt and Road Initiative – an enormous network of land
and sea routes connecting China to Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa.

Why does this matter? If you control the trade routes, you control the trade. When these projects are done in 2025, China's system of ports, railroads, pipelines and factories will cover more than 60 countries and touch 25% of all goods and services sent around the world.

In addition, China has built seven man-made islands in the South China Sea. They have installed air and naval bases on them. This aggressive move by China is getting a lot of countries riled up.

Most people know all the salacious details of our politicians and movie stars but not nearly as much on important global affairs like this.

- Karam Lal
Canada Branch Manager

Karam Lal Portrait and Signature
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